hi in this picture ( http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/8458/53487724.png [Broken] ) the teacher says that even if m1 is greater than m2 m2 will accelerate down and m1 will accelerate to the right but by Newtons third law shouldn't m1 have a leftward force to the rope which should pull m2 up?
F(m2 to rope ) = -F(rope to m2)
F(m1 to rope ) = -F(rope to m1)
The Attempt at a Solution
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