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Please help! Any help at all. Please! ;( Two boxes are being pulled up a 30.0 degree ramp with a cable at a constant velocity. Box 1 (weight of 44.1 N) is attached to the cable and also has a chain which is attached to Box 2 (34.3 N) being dragged behind Box 1. Assume a coefficient of kinetic friction, mu(k) = 0.250, for all surfaces. What is the friction between Box 1 and the ramp in newtons? What is the friction between Box 2 and the ramp? What is the acceleration of the boxes? What is the tension in the chain? What is the tension in the cable?

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