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**Classical Mechanics**Level 5

Find the value of \(\lfloor 10^{15} \times (m_{2} - m_{1}) \rfloor \).

**Details and Assumptions:**

The two masses are identical and the height of both blocks is \(1m\) and base area is \(10000 m^{2}\).

Take acceleration due to gravity equal to \(10 m/s^{2}\).

The mass measuring machine is of high accuracy. It measures the mass of objects very accurately without any error up to the limit of its least count.

\(\lfloor k \rfloor\) is the greatest integer funtion. Example, \(\lfloor 2.3 \rfloor = 2\).

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