Rotational Dynamics Pulley Tension Atwood Machine Worked Example | Doc Physics

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I work through a healthy 2-mass Atwood Machine problem that my AP Physics 1 students just encountered. There's no friction, but the dang pulley has mass. This means that the tension in the rope is different between the two sides of the pulley. Even though it's the same rope.

If some nerdy guy works a problem for you, you should always say thanks, and then run away to work through the steps for yourself. That's how you will learn. DO THIS PROBLEM.
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