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    String on a Cylinder and its Free Fall and Angular Velocity

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    A massless string is wrapped around a uniform solid cylinder with mass M = 10 kg and radius R = 0.40 m. One end of the string is attached to the cylinder and the free end is pulled tangentially by a force that maintains a constant tension T = 5 N . Find

    (a) the angular acceleration

    (b) the angular speed of the cylinder 5.0 s after the force is applied to the cylinder initially at rest.

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    The string is always tangent to the surface of the cylinder. The angle between the tension and the radial vector is 90 degree. The torque ...

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    A string on a cylinder and its free fall and angular velocity is examined. The solution gives all steps and explanations required for understanding the problem.

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