Posted by **andy** on Sunday, April 18, 2010 at 5:32pm.

Figure 10-35a shows a disk that can rotate about an axis at a radial distance h from the center of the disk. Figure 10-35b gives the rotational inertia I of the disk about the axis as a function of that distance h, from the center out to the edge of the disk. The scale on the I axis is set by and . What is the mass of the disk?

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