# Physics Tutorial

A M$_1$ = 8 kg box rests on a table and is connected to a second box of mass M$_2$ = 4 kg via a rope that hangs over a pulley as shown. The coefficient of static friction, $\mu_s$ is 0.2, and the coefficient of kinetic friction $\mu_k$ is 0.1. Use a free body diagrams to answer the following.

B. If the box does cause the system to move, what is the acceleration of the system, and the tension in the rope?

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