In the given question, I'm required to figure out the velocity of block $C$, given that both blocks $A$ and $B$ move towards left with velocities $1$ $m/s$ each.
Its easy to figure out that in horizontal direction, as block $C$ is in contact with block $B$, it would move with $1$ $m/s$.
Doubt: How can I possibly find the velocity of block $C$ in the vertical direction. I know I have to relate the motion of blocks with the pulleys, but how can I possibly do this? Also, if I'm assuming the tension as $T$ in the longest string, what would the tensions in the other smaller strings? How can these tensions be related to one another?
I've literally tried to answer this question for 2 weeks but I'm failing time and again. Please let me know the general approach to solve problems of similar type, also if you happen to solve it just by simple observation , please let me know the logic . This really matters to me. Thanks for giving this your precious time
EDIT :Can I use the method in the answer in this post to solve this problem ? If yes , then how and if no then why not ? I tried but I couldn't solve it by this . Finding the acceleration of Block attached using tricky string setup