Q1) Block A of mass m1 on a smooth frictionless surface being pulled to the right by the force of gravity on block B with mass m2 by means of the attached string (as shown in the attached image). Assume no friction anywhere in the system. Assuming all units are mks, the force exerted by the gravity that is effective in moving block A is equal to:

... b) Express the tensions in the strings in terms ... For m1: three forces: m1g, normal force from the table N, and the tension in the string T. For m2: two forces ...

...tensions in the string are T_t and T_b. T_t and T_b (vectors) have magnitudes T_t and T_b. Find T_b - T_t, the difference between the magnitude of the tension...

... the tension in string B. Express the magnitude of the tension in string... The solution shows how to calculate the tensions in the vertical strings, which are ...

... acting on the bob are the tensions on two ... T2 (respectively the vertical and horizontal strings), which balances ... To understand this, let the tension on the 2.3 ...

Finding Tension in a String and Speed. 1. Perform ... becomes horizontal. a. Find the tension in the string. b. Find the speed of the bead at B. 18. ...

... Give at least two string tensions which will produce the minimum ... Velocity of a wave produced in a string is given by: v = √T/m where T = Tension in the ...

... the hole with angular velocity w. Find the angular velocity when the string length has been reduced to 1/2 l. Find also the tension in the string when its ...

... of the tension in the strings. The tensions are balancing the weight of the object. The balances are art 600 which means that the two parts of the string holds ...