## What is dynamic cart?

The Dynamics Cart and Track System provides students with the tools they need to explore kinematics, dynamics, momentum, and energy. This versatile system can also be easily adapted to study optics, color, and diffraction.

**Does friction affect tension?**

The friction is introducing an extra force which changes the tensions on each side. As far as your question about rope stretching goes, if you anchor a rope on one side and pull, the rope will pull back, creating a tension.

### Can friction be greater than force?

No, frictional force cannot be greater than applied force. as friction force is a self adjusting force so it sets its value equal to the value of applied force. maximum value that can frictional force attain to oppose applied force is called limiting friction.

**What is the force acting on the Atwoods machine?**

Atwoods Machine. We get that additional information by looking at the forces acting on the heavier mass, m 2, and applying Newton’s Second Law, F = m a, to that mass. There are no horizontal forces. The tension in the string exerts a force up while gravity exerts a force down.

## How much does an Atwood’s machine weigh?

Atwood’s machine Mass of block 1 (on the left) 0.1 kg 2.0 kg 1.2 Mass of block 2 (on the right) 0.0 kg 2.0 kg 1.0 The simulation illustrates an Atwood’s machine, which is simply two blocks connected by a string passing over a pulley.

**How do you solve Atwood machine problems?**

In solving Atwood Machine problems, we continue our well established pattern: identify all the forces, draw a clear free body diagram, apply Newton’s Second Law, F= m a. As always, be careful to remember that Force is a vector.

### What is the Atwoods machine interactive?

The Atwoods Machine Interactive provides an environment that allows the learner to explore two-mass systems. An Atwoods machine (two masses connected by a string that stretches over a pulley) and a modified version of the Atwood’s machine (one of the masses is on a horizontal surface) can be explored.