I am stuck on a piece of my homework assignment here it is The following equations describe the motion of a system of two objects. FN - (6.50 kg)(9.80 m/s2) cos(13.0˚) = 0 Ff,k = 0.360(FN) FT + (6.50 kg)(9.80 m/s2) sin(13.0˚) - Ff,k = (6.50 kg) a -FT + (3.80 kg)(9.80 m/s2) = (3.80 kg) a (a) Solve the equations for a and FT. (b) Draw a free-body diagram for both objects. (c) Describe a situation to which these equations apply. I have solved for FN and then solved for Ff,k using that information FN=62.07N and Ff,k+22.35 N (assuming i did my algebra correctly) form here i know if i solve for acceleration of Ftension i can solve for the other. I tried using a system of equations to solve for "a" by solving for Ft in on equation and plugging it into to other. when i do that i end up with the variable im solving for cancelling out. Any suggestions?