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Irishboy any idea?
of course have you drawn any free body diagrams? do you have your own thoughts on this?
Finding the tension like this gives 4.22. However that's wrong and the reason I know it's wrong is because another one with very similar numbers has the Tension as 2.6
oh nvm it's right lol
Now how do I find the angle?
n is the normal force from the surface on the can
any ideas on the angle?
Explain to me how you find tension earlier?
Because you need that for angle.
T = 4.243N is good you need \(\beta\), right?
tension is found through that equation
obviously so you have for the upper block \(T + mg \sin \beta = ma \) ?? do you see that
no not exactly
is that all in the y?
that makes sense
wow i can't believe I couldn't figure that out
I even drew that exact picture out as well
thanks Irishboy saving me again
You mean for the upper block? \[mgsin \beta-T=ma\]
@Ac3 blows me away too, every time. good luck!
no it is indeed +T not -T, that's because they're both going down @Shalante
m2 is heavier.
If its going down, then it would start with mg is first. But you got the answer right?
@IrishBoy123 I use M1 for the mass correct?
no not yet
You need to derive a lot.
I got the angle wrong. Must have messed up the calculation. I got 28 for the positive angle and -61.9 for the negative angle
@Ac3 run with @Shalante see where you get to. tag me tomorrow otherwise, gtg. good luck!
what did you get for the angle @Shalante
Tell me how you got tension first
plug in all values and solve for T. That's how you get tension.
I got the angle guys
I guess plugging in all the values at once in the calculator gives you the right answer. lol
Thanks a lot @IrishBoy123.
Let me guess the angle.
Nvm. Someone tagged me.