1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data http://img201.imageshack.us/img201/6315/diagramyk1.gif -Assuming the system is frictionless, find m2 when it is accelerating down the ramp at 3.4 m/s2. 2. Relevant equations -... F = ma? 3. The attempt at a solution -In this problem, I tried tilting the axis so the sliding-down part aligned with the y-axis and the m1 part on the x-axis. Then, I thought of using the components to the Fw, to figure out the Tension on the rope for the m2 side (which, I guessed, to be m2a.). I couldn't figure out what to make the Tension equal to, because m2gcos([tex]\theta[/tex]) wasn't coming out the same as 3.4*m2. ...I then realized I was quite retarded at physics (I'm being perfectly honest, now.) and needed help.