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Rotation: Mixed Linear/Rotational Problems

Problem #: 2 | Variant #: 2

3.44 kg and 4.14 kg masses are tied to opposite ends of a rope running over a 0.304 kg pulley of radius 7.36 cm. If the pulley is free to rotate without friction, what is the tension in the rope above the 3.44 kg mass?


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