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  1. Sir, x1cos(theta) = x2 now if differentiate it then it would lead to that complex relation. It is because here we are not assuming theta constant. When we write a1cos(theta) = a2 then it is valid only at a particular angle theta. It is not a general relation between accelerations of two blocks….. Right ?

  2. sir theta is continuously changing so how come can we write nd use the expression of summation T*V =0 nd not write the same for acceleration, I mean it wud be gre8 if u wud throw light on that portion well

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