We had a lab using an Atwood Machine with block A being on the surface and block B as the hanging object with different masses each round. Rolling resistance was present. Question 1 asked whether or not the tension in the string was less than, greater than or equal to the magnitude of the gravitation force acting on the hanging mass (as the objects are accelerating). Question 2 asked, while the carts were accelerating, was the acceleration of the hanging mass less than, greater than or equal to the standard gravitational acceleration. After applying newtons law, I calculated that for both q1 and q2 the values were less than. Q3 asks how would your answers to the first two questions change if the rolling resistance of the cart could be reduced to zero? Explain why this must be. I calculated this by doing Fnet(y)=-ma(y) and my answers were slightly smaller but insignificant. I am not sure why this is.