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recently had this question on a test, we're told the left block moves up the incline at a constant rate. heres what i did

Fnet = Fappl - Fopp

Fnet = 0 because no acceleration

Fopp = Fappl

the applied force would only be the weight of the right one, and the opposing force would only be friction on the incline?

does the force weight of A (Fw for a times sin theta) also oppose the motion?

recently had this question on a test, we're told the left block moves up the incline at a constant rate. heres what i did

Fnet = Fappl - Fopp

Fnet = 0 because no acceleration

Fopp = Fappl

the applied force would only be the weight of the right one, and the opposing force would only be friction on the incline?

does the force weight of A (Fw for a times sin theta) also oppose the motion?

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