Hopw to solve problem of movable pulleys, Physics

How to solve problems based on movable pulleys in an atwood machine?

Ans) 1.Draw the FBD.

2.Make the force equations for the two or more masses.

3.There will be a variable similar in 2 or more equations (f masses are connected by same ropes, the accleration will be equal)

4.Through the method of substituion find out the values

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