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Yes, someone can, but we need to see your attempt at solving this before we can begin to help.Differentiate it said:Homework Statement:: Could someone help me out with this?
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Well I used the Net work done by a massless string thing and i seem to be getting 1.2 m/s instead of the 1.8 m/s shown in the answer keySammyS said:Yes, someone can, but we need to see your attempt at solving this before we can begin to help.
That isn't much information regarding the specifics or your attempt. Rather than ask about how you used and obtained the Net work of the massless string, I'll ask some questions regarding the objects shown in the figure.Differentiate it said:Well I used the Net work done by a massless string thing and i seem to be getting 1.2 m/s instead of the 1.8 m/s shown in the answer key
"Just a little pulley problem" is a physics problem that involves a system of pulleys and a weight. It is commonly used as an example to demonstrate the principles of mechanical advantage and the concept of work and energy.
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The key concepts involved in "Just a little pulley problem" are mechanical advantage, work, and energy. Mechanical advantage refers to the ratio of output force to input force in a system of pulleys. Work is the product of force and displacement, and energy is the ability to do work. In this problem, the weight is lifted by applying a force over a certain distance, which requires work and involves the transfer of energy.
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