1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 3.00 kg mass, m1, slides up a ramp. The angle for the ramp is 28*. The 3.00 kg mass is connected to a second mass, m2, of 3.25 kg by a light string with a frictionless pulley. Coeeficient of kinetic friction is 0.285. Find the acceleration of m1, the kinetic energy of m1 after it has traveled 25 cm up the ramp, and the work done on m1 to moce it the 25 cm. 2. Relevant equations Fr = μN EK = (1/2)mv^2 Besides this I don't know 3. The attempt at a solution Well the friction would be .285 times the normal force of m1, which I think is 26.49. So I got the force of friction is 7.55 N. Then I subtracted 7.55 from 9.81, the acceleration on m2. But I don't think any of this is right. Help?