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Mar 6, 2012
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What are the steps to solve for T in the following...

T+m2[(2T-mg)/m] = mg

every time I solve it I get the wrong answer.

Thank you much!

Answer is:

T = (3/5)mg


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That's what I got too, but the answer is T = (3/5)mg.

I think the "m2" is supposed to be 2m? I saw how simplified the answer was and gave up.
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