a rope breaks when the tension exceeds 30.0n. what is the minimum acceleration downward that a 60.0n load can?

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Answer #1 | 13/02 2014 07:47

once supporting rope breaks, downward acceleration of any object = g
{question is incomplete English and so I don't understand "minimum" in this context)

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Answer #2 | 13/02 2014 07:23

1/2 g
F=ma
30=60 * 1/2

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