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I have a doubt to b clarified please reply..... In Laws of Motion (H.C.VERMA Concepts of phy vol-1) in page no.69 Eg.5.4 why are v asuming that the tension at the point A is T ??? We are asked to find the tension at the point A and at the lower end.. I doing self-study.No coaching so kindly help me secure a good air in aieee 2011

I have a doubt to b clarified please reply.....


In Laws of Motion (H.C.VERMA Concepts of phy vol-1) in page no.69 Eg.5.4 why are  v asuming that the tension at the point A is T ???


We are asked to find the tension at the point A and at the lower end..


 


I doing self-study.No coaching so kindly help me secure a good air in aieee 2011

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Vinay Goyal IITB
37 Points
11 years ago

in the given example we are given the mass below the point A. so by taking the tension at point A and then putting m=0 we can find out tension at lower end because there is only M mass below lower end.

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