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Hi, I want to do an experiment using two dissimilar ropes in my basement and see if I can produce some results using a rope analysis. Here’s the set up. I want to tie a light rope to a heavy rope, and be able to characterize the curvature the system takes on. I understand the basic equations involved that I must use to come up with a solution; however, they are based on a uniform weight distribution. Since I am tying a light rope to a very heavy rope, I have to use a step function, and I'm thinking of going the Laplace route to integrate. I would appreciate the help you could provide me with. I don't know if it will work or not, but I figure what the hell why not at leasttry. The laplace will make it very messy, Unfortunately (I think).

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