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**Unformatted text preview: **(b) What is the acceleration of the mass M, and the angular acceleration of the pulley? (c) At the moment when the mass has fallen a distance d, what is the rotational velocity of the pulley? 7. K&K problem 6.6. (This is a nice problem, requiring thought about both the translation of the center of mass, and torque about the center of mass.) (continued on the other side) M m p 8. K&K, problem 4.29. Assume that the collisions are elastic, and that the walls are infinitely massive. In part (a), the average is a time average. The reason why a gas inside a container exerts a pressure on the container walls is precisely due to the effects described in this problem....

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- Fall '05
- ELSER, V
- Angular Momentum, Mass, Physical quantities, K&K problem