1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Block B of mass 10 kg is initially at rest as shown on the upper surface of a 20-kg wedge A which is supported by a horizontal surface. A 2-kg block C is connected to block B by a cord which passes over a pulley of negligible mass. Using computational software and denoting by m the coefficient of friction at all surfaces, use this program to determine the accelerations for values of m $ 0. Use 0.01 increments for m until the wedge does not move and then use 0.1 increments until no motion occurs. 2. Relevant equations ƩF = ma Tc/Tb = e(μ x β) (In this case β = 120*pi/180 3. The attempt at a solution Taking each block as a system, finding Tc then Tb in terms of μ Assuming the acceleration of Block C is the same as the acceleration of block B Stuck at studying Wedge A. What are the forces acting on it and the equations? Is the acceleration of the wedge the same as the acceleration of B?