## A Solid Cylinder rolling down a ramp

1.A solid cylinder rolling down a ramp without slipping.

if the surface were slippery, would the time increase or dcrease.

2. PE+KE = PE +KE
mgh = 1/2IW^2+1/2mv^2
F=ma

f= mgsin(theta)/(1+mR^2/Icm)

3. Apperantly this question has several parts. The previous ones were related to the equations on top. This should also relate to the force, since the friction of the ramp will decrease due the the rain. I am really not sure how to start this problem. @_@
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 Quote by Miu. 3. Apperantly this question has several parts. The previous ones were related to the equations on top. This should also relate to the force, since the friction of the ramp will decrease due the the rain. I am really not sure how to start this problem. @_@
Since the friction decreases, do you think the cylinder will be going faster or slower?

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