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1. A particle P of mass 5kg lies on an inclined plane where sin x=3/5. Particle Q is connected to a particle Q of mass 4kg by a light inextensible string which lies along a line of greatest slope of place and passes over a smooth peg. The system is held at rest with Q hanging vertically 2m above a horizontal plane. The system is released from rest.

B: Assuming p does not reach the peg find to 3 significant figures
(i) initial acceleration of q
(ii) how long it takes for q to hit the horizontal plane
(iii) total distance that p moves up the plane
2. (Original post by jamesw5555)
A particle P of mass 5kg lies on an inclined plane where sin x=3/5. Particle Q is connected to a particle Q of mass 4kg by a light inextensible string which lies along a line of greatest slope of place and passes over a smooth peg. The system is held at rest with Q hanging vertically 2m above a horizontal plane. The system is released from rest.

B: Assuming p does not reach the peg find to 3 significant figures
(i) initial acceleration of q
(ii) how long it takes for q to hit the horizontal plane
(iii) total distance that p moves up the plane
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