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A 20 kg block is placed on a frictionless ramp inclined at 30.68°. A string connects the block to a hanging mass on the other side of a pulley mounted at the top of the ramp. The tension in the string is 52

1.What is the acceleration of the block down the ramp?

2.What is the mass of the hanging mass? |

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