Question

Consider a special situation in which both the faces of the block are smooth, as shown in adjoining figure. Mark out the correct statement(s)

- If F = 0, the blocks cannot remain stationary
- for one unique value of F, the blocks M and m remains stationary with respect to block
- there exist as a range of F for which blocks M and m remain stationary with respect to block
- since there is no friction, therefore, blocks M and m cannot be in equilibrium with respect to

## The correct answer is: If F = 0, the blocks cannot remain stationary

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