1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data On 20 degree incline, there are two blocks tied together with a rope, sliding down. the block on the top has mass of 2.0 kg (m1) and u_k1(coefficient of kinetic friction for block 1) = .30 the block on the bottom of the incline has mass of 3.0 kg (m2) and u_k2 = .20 What is the tension of the rope? 2. Relevant equations F=ma, f = F_N*u 3. The attempt at a solution I found F_net for each block by F_net = F_gx(Force of gravity in horiz. direction) - f(friction) and got F1_net = .8236 N and F2_net = 4.1754 N and because of acceleration constraint, and because block 1 has slower accel, I found accel for block 1, which was .4118 m/s^2 and found F = m2(a) = 1.2354 N Because F2_net is larger than F = m2(a), I subtracted those two and got T = 2.94 N which is not correct.