1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A spool of thin wire (with inner radius r = 0.45 m, outer radius R = 0.60 m, and moment of inertia Icm = 0.91 kg*m2 pivots on a shaft. The wire is pulled down by a mass M = 1.35 kg. After falling a distance D = 0.52 m, starting from rest, the mass has a speed of v = 79.900 cm/s. Calculate the energy lost to friction during that time. http://schubert.tmcc.edu/res/msu/physicslib/msuphysicslib/20_Rot2_E_Trq_Accel/graphics/prob22_pulleyD.gif 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I have been having a lot of trouble with these rotation problems and I am not sure where to start on this. Any assistance would be appreciated.