Physics
posted by Jake .
Two masses, m1=3kg and m2=2kg, are suspended with a massless rope over a pulley of mass M = 10kg. The pulley turns without friction and may be modeled as a uniform disk of radius R=.1m. You may neglect the size of the masses. The rope does not slip on the pulley. The system begins at rest.
If m1 starts at a height h=1m above the ground, what is its speed v when it hits the ground?
I've tried a few different ways to get it but I can't seem to get the answer. I've tried using the sum of the torques as well as trying to use energy. I can't seem to figure it out, any help is much appreciated!

Physics 
Elena
In vector form
m1•¬a = m1•¬g  ¬T1
m2•¬a = m2•¬g  ¬T2
I•¬ε =¬M
Projections on the vertical axis:
m1•a = m1•g  T1,
m2•a = m2•g – T2,
(mR^2/2)•(a/R) = (T1T2)•R.
Solving this system for acceleration a, we obtain
a= (m1m2)•g/(m1 +m2+m/2) =(32)/(3+2+10/2) = 0.1 m/s^2.
Since
s =v^2/2•a.
v =sqrt(2•a•s) = sqrt(2•0.1•1)= 0.45 m/s. 
Physics 
Jose
The acceleration should come out as 0.1g actually.
So, v = sqrt(2*a*s) = sqrt(2*0.1g*1) = 1.40m/s 
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