# Two masses are hung from an ideal pulley. The 1.2 kg mass is on the ground...

Two masses are hung from an ideal pulley. The 1.2 kg mass is on the ground while the 1.5 kg mass is 4 m above the ground. Find the speed of the masses when they pass each other.

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