This is not a homework problem rather it is a discussion that I have been having with friends. *Your thoughts and feedback would be appreciated. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Blocks A and B are on a horizontal surface and connected to one another by a load cell. Block A has mass m1 and Block B has mass m2. Each block has difference coeff of static and dynamic friction. Load cells are connected to the left and right of the blocks. A right horizontal force F1 is applied to the* All blocks accelerate at the same rate. The applied force is much greater than the frictional force. Diagram -(#)- = load cell -(1)-A-(2)-B-(3)- Questions. 1) What are the forces at each load cell. 2) Assume that the system eventually hits a wall but F continues to be applied. *What are the forces a each load cell after impact. -(1)-A-(2)-B-(3)-WALL 3. The attempt at a solution 1)* The force at location (1) is: u1*N1+u2*N2 Where u represents friction coeff and N is normal force. The force at location (2) is: u2*N2 The force at location (3) is simply zero. In the case where* The force at location (2) is* 2)* Once we hit the wall we have a change in the reactionary forces. The reactionary forces cancel out and the force throughout the entire chain is F. Position 1 is F, position 2 is F, position 3 is F.