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Homework Help: Newton's law

Posted by Ringo on Monday, October 15, 2012 at 4:28pm.

7. A uniform flexible chain of length l, with weight per unit length lamba, passes over a small, frictionless, massless pulley. It is released from a rest position with a length of chain x hanging from one side and a length l-x from the other side. Find the acceleration a as a function of x.

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