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arunma

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I can figure out the answer pretty easily by finding the Lagrangian of the cylinder (I worked it out to [tex]\dfrac{2}{3} g sin( \theta )[/tex], someone let me know if that's wrong). But what's bugging me is that I can't remember how to do this problem using regular Newtonian mechanics. Can anyone help me out of this brain fart? Thanks.