A 3-kg mass is hanging from a 2-kg mass that is hanging from the ceiling of an elevator. The elevator is accelerating upwards at a rate of 2 m/s^2. a) Determine the tension in the string connected between the two masses and also in the string between the ceiling and the upper mass. b) Repeat for the case where the elevator is accelerating downwards at the same rate. c) Is it always the case that the string connected to the ceiling will have a greater amount of tension than the one in between the masses? Justify your answer. thank you. This is what I got for a: sum F on the 2 kg mass: 4 = T.2 - T.1 - 20 24 = T.2 - T.1 sum F on the 3 kg mass: 6 = T.1 - 20 T.1 = 26 N T.2 = 50 N Is this correct?