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## Homework Statement

## Homework Equations

τ = μ (du/dy)

## The Attempt at a Solution

For part B)

dM = τr dA

τ = μ (rΩ/Δr)

∫ (μrΩr2πr / Δr)dr = μR

^{4}πΩ / 2Δr

pretty sure that's correct.

I'm confused for part A though.

I want to set it up as

dM = τR dA = τR (2πRdL)

and

τ = μ (RΩ/L)

substitute and integrate over 0 to L. But this doesn't yield the correct result.