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QUESTION 1 As shown in the figure, two blocks are connected by a block-and-tackle system with block 2 hanging vertically below the block-and-tackle system and block 3 supported by a fixed inclined plane. Block 3 is initially restrained (the restraint is not shown) from moving so both blocks are initially stationary. Assume that the mass of block 2 is m2, the mass of block 3 is m3, the gravitational field is characterized by the constant y and the direction shown in the figure, the angle of the incline with respect to the horizontal is , and the static and kinetic coefficients of friction between block 3 and the incline are Hs and Hkrespectively with the coefficient of static friction greater than the coefficient of kinetic friction 3 2QUESTION 6 1points Save Answer Assume the blocks move. If kcosp-sin ф > 0, will block 2 rise or fall? a It will fall b.t is impossible to predict without more information C. It will neither rise or fall. d.It will rise. QUESTION 7 1 points Save Answer Assume the blocks move. If kcosp-sing-0, will block 2 rise or fall? a. It is impossible to predict without more information b. It will neither rise or fall C. It will fall. d. It will rise. QUESTION 8 1 points Save Answer Assume the blocks move. If t4kcosp-s ing < 0, will block 2 rise or fall? a It will rise b.It will fall It is impossible to predict without more information d. It will neither rise nor fall.QUESTION 9 1 points Save Answer Comparing the value of the tension in the rope under static friction to that under kinetic friction, is the value of the tension under kinetic friction greater than or less than the value of the tension under static friction? O a. It is impossible to tell since it depends on which directions the blocks move. b. The tension is greater under kinetic friction. The tension is smaller under kinetic friction. d. The tension under kinetic friction is the same as under static friction.

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