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A thread is wound round the cylinder and pulled with a force of 2 newtons tangentially to the cylinder at right angles to the axis. The motion is opposed by a frictional couple of moment 4 N cm. Find the angular acceleration of the cylinder. [24 rad s2] 3. A crate of mass 100 kg is dragged across smooth horizontal ground by a light rope whose other end is being wrapped round a pulley of radius 0.4m. The pulley has a fixed smooth vertical axle and its moment of inertia about its axis is 24 kg m2.If the crate moves with an acceleration of 0.2 ms2, find the magnitude of the torque driving the pulley. Find also the total kinetic energy of the moving system when the speed of the crate is 2 ms 1. [20 Nm, 500 J]

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