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Get Full Access to Physics - 4 Edition - Chapter 10 - Problem 109
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# Solved: A wooden plank rests on two soup cans laid on

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Problem 109

A wooden plank rests on two soup cans laid on their sides. Each can has a diameter of 6.5 cm, and the plank is 3.0 m long. Initially, one can is placed 1.0 m inward from either end of the plank, as Figure 1029 shows. The plank is now pulled 1.0 m to the right, and the cans roll without slipping. (a) How far does the center of each can move? (b) How many rotations does each can make?

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