Note: This is not a homework question. I have constructed this question to help me understand a concept. If I have an object hanging off a single (frictionless, negligible mass) movable pulley, the equilibrium system entails me pulling on the free end of the (frictionless, negligible mass) rope with half as much force as the object weighs. What happens if I pull harder than that? See the attached GIF. What would be the behavior of the weight? Would it accelerate up? If so, at what acceleration? What would be the tension in the left side of the rope? Every resource I have access to that mentions pulleys keeps talking about pulleys in this type of setup in equilibrium. I am interested in furthering my understanding in regards to pulleys not in equilibrium. Thank you for any help.