1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two uniform disks are connected by a light inextensible string supported by a massless pulley on a frictionless axis. (Very ideal LOL) The string is attached to a point on th circumference of disk A and wound around the disk B like a yo-yo. Their moment of inertia does not equal 1/2mr^2 and the disks do not have uniform radial density. For each disk A and B, the following are true: I = .0254024 kgm^2 m = 1 kg r = .2m height = 1.6 m g = 9.8 m/s^2 Which disk will reach the floor fit and what is the time interval for this disk to reach the floor? 2. Relevant equations t = sqrt(2x/a) (Maybe?) 3. The attempt at a solution As the spinning object would have a slower decent, object A would hit the ground first. (I think) Past this, I'm totally lost. Anyone mind handing me a flashlight?