An atwood machinre consisting of two objects of mass 300g and600g,connected by an inextensible massless string .The tension in the string is?
Asked by goyal.rishabh77 | 21st Jun, 2015, 03:43: PM
Let a be the accelaration in the masses and T be the tension in the string. The tension is same through out the srting.
Let m1 = 600 g and m2 = 300 g be the masses. Since m1 is heavier, it will ove downwards (with acceleration a) and m2 will move upwards (with acceleration a).
According to the Newton's second law of motion, net forces on the masses will be equal to the product of thier mass and acceleartion.
Adding 1 and 2, we get:
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