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Unformatted text preview: Exam 3: Free Response ' (30 Points) Consider the system below; 77“: A disk of radius R is pinned to a wall at center. The block and disk have the same mass (m). The middle cylinder is massless and has a radius R‘ which is smaller then R. It may rotate without friction. The vector g points in the direction of gravity. Below is a side-view. points) 2) How long does it take for the block to fall a height h? (10 points) Consider the system below: A disk of radius R rolls down an inclined plane. The center of mass has an instantaneous velocity of V=V£ . 3) In the reference frame centered at point 0, what is the instantaneous velocity (Magnitude and Direction) at point? and Q? (10 Points) < ...
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