# E=mc² Physics Olympiad

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### Solve m₁g-t=m₁a₁, m₂g-½t=m₂a₂, m₃g-½t=m₃a₃, -2a₁=a₂+a₃, for t,a₁,a₂,a₃, where t is a tension of the cord of the pulley A

Solve— Physics I (@PHY210) October 18, 2016

m₁g-t=m₁a₁,

m₂g-½t=m₂a₂,

m₃g-½t=m₃a₃,

-2a₁=a₂+a₃,

for t,a₁,a₂,a₃

where t is a tension of the cord of the pulley A pic.twitter.com/O9K1sCoidm

Solve

m₁g-t=m₁a₁,

m₂g-½t=m₂a₂,

m₃g-½t=m₃a₃,

-2a₁=a₂+a₃,

for t,a₁,a₂,a₃

where t is a tension of the cord of the pulley A

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### Calculus Based Physics, Chapter 7, Problem 42. Solution

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