I’d appreciate some help with the following question: The diagram shows a light inextensible string having one end fixed at O , passing under a movable pulley A of mass 8 kg and then over a fixed light pulley B. The other end of the string is attached to a light pulley C, of negligible mass. Over pulley C , a second light inextensible string is passed having particles of mass 2 and 4 kg respectively, attached. All pulleys are smooth. (i) Show in a diagram the forces acting on each pulley when the system is released from rest. (ii) Find the acceleration of pulley A pulley C each particle. Heres a link to the work ive done so far which i think i have correct (Ive spent about an hour working on my equations, but theyre not making much sense). Work So Far The correct answers are: (ii) Pulley A - g/11 Pulley C - 2g/11 Particles - g/11 and 5g/11 Im unsure if my accelerations are correct - would i be right in saying that for every 1m Pulley A falls, pulley C rises two metres, along with both particles? So that would mean pulley C has twice the acceleration of Pulley A? And both particles move with the acceleration f +/- 2a? Thanks in advance for any help.