1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data -Two climbers are climbing up the frosted hillside in a roped party. How much does the most inclination have to be for them not to slip? -Second climber starts to slip downwards because he was not careful. The first climber notices this at once and tries to restrain the fall with the rope that connects them. How much can the inclination of the slope be the most for the first climber not slip too? -How much does the angle have to be if the roles were switched, the first climber slipping, and the second climber is trying to restrain him? -Coefficient of kinetic friction between the shoes and ice is 0.1, and the coefficient of static friction is 0.2. The mass of the first climber is 100 kg and the mass of the second climber is 50 kg. Treat both climbers as wooden blocks. 2. Relevant equations tanθ= µ_s 3. The attempt at a solution I think that for the first question the answer is: tanθ= µ_s → 11.31º And for the rest I have no clue.