Speed of block

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r1luher0
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in Fig., the winch cable windings T is the constant rate of 1.5m / s. if the block on which is mounted the wheel is fixed, determine the speed of block A.

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Harry Hazard
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Very similar to your other https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=383183".

Assign some distance, say 1 meter, between the blocks, then use that to measure the total length of the rope.

Then move the block to 2 meters apart and remeasure the total distance of the rope. How much did the length of the rope change compared to the distance of the block.

I think the rope moves 3 times faster than the blocks.
 
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