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the first option is correct.its quite easy as ma is constant since the horizontal components of the forces(normal reaction) are equal
So the accelerations get divided inversely as masses.

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TopNewest@shubham dhull

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the first option is correct.its quite easy as ma is constant since the horizontal components of the forces(normal reaction) are equal So the accelerations get divided inversely as masses.

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Is your course at fiitjee completed?

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Could you please explain why the horizontal components are equal?

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Note that its nothing but the x components of the normal reactions that we talking abt.they must be equal.

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Thanks.!! I was thinking about this ,but could not believe that I the question could be so simple. BTW you physics is awesome!!

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is it ok now ? i mean you understood , right ?

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Ya its complete.12 th course has started as well.??wbu??you are in which centre??

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@Spandan Senapati and @A E

Should we make a physics doubt board?

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Ok go on☺☺

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Btw, please try this problem. (https://brilliant.org/problems/wedge-problem/?ref_id=1327438)[Link] . Is the answer correct?

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Yeah.... go ahead

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