1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Part A: A 5.73 kg mass is attached to a light cord, which is wound around a pulley. The pulley is a uniform solid cylinder of radius 9.14 cm and mass 1.26 kg. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . What is the resultant net torque on the system about the center of the wheel? Answer in units of kg m2/s2. Part B: When the falling mass has a speed of 5.92m/s, the pulley has an angular velocity of v/r. Determine the total angular momentum of the system about the center of the wheel. Answer in units of kgm2/s. Part C: Using the fact that τ = dL/dt and your result from the previous part, calculate the acceleration of the falling mass. Answer in units of m/s2. (L is the angular momentum) Please show me the steps and explain everything!!!!! Thank you!! 2. Relevant equations I=1/2mr^2 a=[tex]\alpha[/tex]*r [tex]\sum\tau[/tex]=I[tex]\alpha[/tex] 3. The attempt at a solution I found the sum of the forces for each body (the pulley and the hanging mass) and then i found the torque to be the radius x tension in cord. then i tried to solve for [tex]\tau[/tex] but my answer is wrong .. the final equation i got is torque = .5m(pulley)*r(m(hanging)*g/(.5m(pulley)+m(box)) i don't even know where to start with the other two because i dont have the first part PLEASE HELP!!