1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data M = M There is another mass "m" attached to mass "M" with a rope There is an acceleration (clockwise) Does Tension2 smaller,bigger or equal to Tension1? 2. Relevant equations F = ma 3. The attempt at a solution So this is what I understand just by the logic: In any case - T1 > T2 , I tried to put it into equations: T2 = mg - ma T1 = T2 +Mg - Ma →→ T1 = mg - ma + Mg - Ma = m⋅(g-a) + M⋅(g-a) "(g-a)" is constant value. Hence no matter what is the mass correlation between M & m , T2 will always be smaller than T1 Am I right? Thanks a lot.