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# A block of mass m = 0. 924 m / s2. Assume the usual convention of coordinate system , with positive direction being upward . Select the* correct free...

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What is the numerical value for the tension? (Assume g = 9.81 m/s2.)

If the acceleration of the block were directed upward with the same magnitude of 3.924 m/s2, how would change?

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A block of mass m = 0. 5 10 kg attached to a string has anacceleration of a = - 3. 924 m / s2. Assume the usual convention ofcoordinate system , with positive direction being upward . Select the*correct free body diagram at right . Each square on the gridIstring - >blockIstring - >blockrepresents 1 N . The notation " Tstring - > block " ( and similar ) means " Thetension force I exerted by the string acting on the block . Wis aweight ( gravity ) force . Assume 9 = 9. 81 m / s 2 .Wearth - >block*Wearth - >blockStringBlockMIstring - >blockI string - >blockWhat is the formula for the tension I' in the string in terms of theWearth - >block*Wearth - >blockblock's mass m , it's acceleration a and the acceleration of gravity 9 ?"Formula for tension :"I' =Istring - >block*I string - >blockWhat is the numerical value for the tension ? ( Assume*9 = 9. 81 m / s 2 . )Wearth - >blockI' =If the acceleration of the block were directed upward with the sameXmagnitude of 3 . 924 m /s 2 , how would I' change ?"