6.1 kg, then to the axle of a solid cylinder of mass mc 0.34, and the incline angle is e 30 degrees. Everything starts at rest, and the spring is unstretched. The = 44 N that is attached to a block of mass mb You pull on a string with a horizontal force of magnitude Fyb spring constant k = 135 N/m. This is all done on an inclined plane where there is friction u= 0.61 and u = 4.7 kg and radius r 0.4 m, then to a spring of block slides down the plane, the cylinder rolls down the plane (without slipping), and the spring stretches. 000000000 с b yb 0т First, what is the speed of the block and cylinder after you have pulled the block and cylinder 107 cm down the plane? U =4.99 m/s 1pts Incorrect. Tries 9/15 Previous Tries Submit Answer How far have you pulled the block and cylinder when everything stops? dstop 1pts Tries 0/15 Submit Answer

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You pull on a string with a horizontal force of magnitude Fyb = 44 N that is attached to a block of mass mb = 6.1 kg, then to the axle of a solid cylinder of mass mc = 4.7 kg and radius r = 0.4 m, then to a spring of spring constant k = 135 N/m. This is all done on an inclined plane where there is friction ( μs = 0.61 and μk = 0.34 ), and the incline angle is θ = 30 degrees. Everything starts at rest, and the spring is unstretched. The block slides down the plane, the cylinder rolls down the plane (without slipping), and the spring stretches. First, what is the speed of the block and cylinder after you have pulled the block and cylinder 107 cm down the plane? How far have you pulled the block and cylinder when everything stops?

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6.1 kg, then to the axle of a solid cylinder of mass mc
0.34, and the incline angle is e 30 degrees. Everything starts at rest, and the spring is unstretched. The
= 44 N that is attached to a block of mass mb
You pull on a string with a horizontal force of magnitude Fyb
spring constant k = 135 N/m. This is all done on an inclined plane where there is friction u= 0.61 and u
= 4.7 kg and radius r
0.4 m, then to a spring of
block slides down the plane, the cylinder rolls down the plane (without slipping), and the spring stretches.
000000000
с
b
yb
0т
First, what is the speed of the block and cylinder after you have pulled the block and cylinder 107 cm down the plane?
U =4.99 m/s
1pts
Incorrect. Tries 9/15 Previous Tries
Submit Answer
How far have you pulled the block and cylinder when everything stops?
dstop
1pts
Tries 0/15
Submit Answer
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6.1 kg, then to the axle of a solid cylinder of mass mc 0.34, and the incline angle is e 30 degrees. Everything starts at rest, and the spring is unstretched. The = 44 N that is attached to a block of mass mb You pull on a string with a horizontal force of magnitude Fyb spring constant k = 135 N/m. This is all done on an inclined plane where there is friction u= 0.61 and u = 4.7 kg and radius r 0.4 m, then to a spring of block slides down the plane, the cylinder rolls down the plane (without slipping), and the spring stretches. 000000000 с b yb 0т First, what is the speed of the block and cylinder after you have pulled the block and cylinder 107 cm down the plane? U =4.99 m/s 1pts Incorrect. Tries 9/15 Previous Tries Submit Answer How far have you pulled the block and cylinder when everything stops? dstop 1pts Tries 0/15 Submit Answer

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