Two 100 kg boxes are dragged along a frictionless surface with a constant acceleration of 0.6 m/s2, as shown below. Each rope has a mass of 1 kg. Find the force F and the tension in the ropes at points A, B, and C. F = N TA = N TB = N TC = N What I have done: Equations: Weight = M * G Force = M * A The weight for each box is 981N. The force of gravity is offset by the normal force because it is on a surface, and there is no friction force. Can I say that the force of Tension A is = the weight of the first box which is 981N? And since Tension A and B are attached, Tension B = Tension A? Since there is a force pulling at C to accelerate the 2 boxes can I say Tension C = F? F = M * A Force of Tension A, B, C = 202kg * 0.6m/s^2 Force of Tension C + 1962N = 121 kg m/s^2 Then I would get a negative force for Tension C which is the Force... Can someone point out what I did wrong? Thanks so much!