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\[T2 \cos \theta  \mu m1g=0\]

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\[T2 \sin \theta m2g=0\]

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i subtracted those

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dw:1360014922302:dw

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=m2g

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i solved for m2g is that rigjht

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I don't really understand what this problem is in reference to D:

zepdrix
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And your `Elimination` doesn't look right, how did the T's cancel out? <:o

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i subtracted the equation

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dw:1360015107658:dw

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See how they don't cancel out since they have the trig term attached to them? D:
You could instead `divide` the equations I suppose.

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alright thx

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i solved to t2 and subed in to it

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\[\large \frac{T_2\cos \theta}{T_2\sin \theta}=\frac{\mu m_1g}{m_2g}\]

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Oh ok :)