The block 1 of m1 sheets of mass on an inclined plane without friction at an angle θ to the horizontal. One end of a non-extendable rope with no mass is attached to lock 1. The chain is wound around a non-frictionally mobile pulley P of negligible mass and is also connected to the wall at the base of the inclined plane. Pulley P is connected for a second no-mass non-stretchable cord to block 2 of m2 of mass through a second, frictionless pulley that is secured in place. Block 2 hovers over the end of the inclined plane (see figure). The gravitational acceleration downwards is g. What is the acceleration modulus of block 2 after the system is released from rest? Suppose that m2 is large enough that it is moving down. Express your answer in terms of theta for θ, m1, m2, and g. A2 =? Attempted to perform with equation 4 * ((4 m_2- m_1 * * (cos (theta) + sin (theta))) / (4 * + m_1 m_2)) * G But it shows an error trying to rearrange the formula, but I can not do it right Can you help please?