Hi I'm 40 and teaching myself physics from the internet and have the following question but don't where to start! Here is the question: A solid disc pulley with a 5kg mass, radius of 0.5m has one layer of thin rope coiled around it. On the other end of the rope is a metal block with a mass of 10kg. Calculate the following (without take rope friction into account. also the rope does not slip): 1. Acceleration of the falling block. 2. Velocity of the falling block at 2 metres. 3. The on the pulleys shaft (Radius of pulleys shaft is 30mm). So far I have I drawn a diagram showing the forces on the block (F upwards and m2g down), and the forces on the pulley (F downwards at the edge of the pulley) (for both the block and the pulley, F is the force due to the rope). Have I missed anything and what should do next? Thanks.