1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The system to the right has two identical masses. (one is hanging off the ledge of a table, one is on the table, they are connected by a rope.) tge coefficients of kinetic and static friction are .54 and .63 respectively. Find the acceleration and the tension in the rope. (No masses are given, just that they are equal, and we ignore the mass of the rope and friction of the pully. 2. Relevant equations I found the acceleration no problem, however the tension force eludes me and my teacher. (I should note that this isn't my homework, it was from another school and someone from there showed it to me. Me and my teacher were very confused and have spent days trying to figure it out.). Is there any way to find the tension force without the need for mass? If there is any way, even beyond what we would have learned by now in AP Physics then please tell me, but if there is a way to do it using just forces and kinematics then even better. Thanks! 3. The attempt at a solution We've tried breaking down ewuations and everything to find a solution without mass but have not come up with anything.