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    Newtonian mechanics

    Consider the following image:


    Newtonian mechanics-boxprob.png


    I am trying to determine the acceleration of this system. $/mu = 0.20$ and $ m = 4 kg$.


    Would I be correct using:


    $T = m \cdot a + F_{f}$ and $ Bg - (F_{f} - T) = Ba$


    With B denoting the mass of object B?


    I'm not sure where to proceed from here. I want to try and combine these but I'm having trouble doing so.
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    Re: Newtonian mechanics

    What is wrong with the latex atm?
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