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    Hoop down an inclined plane

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    The hoop (thin ring) has a mass of 5 kg and is released down the inclined plane such that it has a backspin angular speed = 8 rad/s and its center has a velocity = 3 m/s as shown. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the hoop and the plane is 0.6, determine the hoop's angular velocity in 1 s.

    (See attached file for fig. and full problem description).

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    A step-by-step solution provided that determines the hoop's angular velocity moving down an inclined plane (see attachment).

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