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Block B, with mass 5.00 , rests on block A, with mass 8.00 , which...

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Introduction: friction
                        
More Details: Block B, with mass 5.00 , rests on block A, with mass 8.00 , which in turn is on a horizontal tabletop (the figure ). There is no friction between block A and the
            tabletop, but the coefficient of static friction between block A and block B is 0.750. A light string attached to block A passes over a frictionless, massless pulley,
            and block C is suspended from the other end of the string. What is the largest mass that block C can have so that blocks A and B still slide together when the system
            is released from rest?
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