Hey guys I"m new to the forum so I just wanted to say whats up? You'll be seeing me a lot more often btw. :] 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Rachel is pulling 2 blocks across a horizontal friction less surface with an acceleration of 1.5m/s/s. The mass of Block 1 is 4kg and Block 2 is 2kg. 1) What is the tension in the rope between the blocks? 2) What is the tension of the rope being pulled? Diagram : 2. Relevant equations F=ma is all I know because I missed the lesson where my teacher went over tension, I missed class due to a religious holiday btw. 3. The attempt at a solution Well because its a friction-less surface I don't have to worry about that, but all I have to work with is F=ma 2 masses Acceleration So only guess I have is because the blocks are being pulled horizontally the answer to part 1 might be just FofBlock2 - FofBlock1 = T1? (If you look at the diagram it makes more sense!) For part 2 I have no idea..