Two blocks A and B are placed on an incline as shown. At t = 0, A is projected up the incline…

Two blocks A and B are placed on an incline as shown. At t = 0, A is projected up the incline with an initial velocity of 27 ft/s and B is released from rest. The blocks pass each other 1 s later, and B reaches the bottom of the incline when t = 3.4 s. Knowing that the maximum distance from the bottom of the incline reached by block A is 21 ft and that the accelerations of A and B (due to gravity and friction) are constant and are directed down the incline, determine (a) the accelerations of A and B, (b) the distance d, (c) the speed of A when the blocks pass each other.

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