Posted by **anil** on Friday, October 29, 2010 at 12:23pm.

A chain of length l and mass ë per unit length is fully open and is held on a high frictionless table with y1 of its length hanging from the side of the table as shown in figure. When released, it starts slipping off the table. By calculating the speed of the chain as it slips, show that its energy is conserved

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