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h =m

my question is what formula should i use? i've been using 1/2mv^2+1/2lw^2=mgh.....but i haven't been getting the right answer...if anyone knows has a hint that would help i would like to use it :)

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h =m

my question is what formula should i use? i've been using 1/2mv^2+1/2lw^2=mgh.....but i haven't been getting the right answer...if anyone knows has a hint that would help i would like to use it :)

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1. When you calculate I, do you use the mass of the

2. Is the wheel like a solid disk, or is most of its mass in the rim? That will affect what

3. Sometimes a problem tells you the

If you didn't make any of those mistakes I listed, then please post your work.

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