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Mass m shown in the figure is in equilibrium. If it is displaced further by x and released find its acceleration just after it is released. Take pulleys to be light & smooth and strings light.
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Answer:The correct answer is: Initially the block is at rest under action of force 2T upward and mg downwards. When the block is pulled downwards by x, the spring extends by 2x. Hence tension T increases by 2kx. Thus the net unbalanced force on block of mass m is 4kx
\ acceleration of the block is = m/4kx
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