# Group Problem #21

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Group problem #21: Angular momentum
and angular velocity
A cockroach with mass, m, rides on a disk of mass 6.0m and radius R. The disk rotates around it’s central
axis with an angular sleep of ωi = 1.50 rad/s. The cockroach is initially at radius r=0.8R, but then it
crawls out to the rim of the disk. What is the final angular speed of the system?
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At one instant a force ๐นโ = 4.0๐ฬ๐ acts on a 0.25kg object that has a position vector ๐โ = (2.0๐ฬ − 3.0๐ฬ)๐
and velocity vector ๐ฃโ = (−5.0๐ฬ + 5.0๐ฬ )๐/๐  . About the origin and in unit vector notation, what are the
object’s angular momentum and the torque acting on the object?
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A light rope tied around the circumference of a disk-shaped pulley is pulled downward with a constant
force of 1.30N. The pulley rotates freely, has a mass of 0.950kg, and a radius 0.150m. How much work is
done on the pulley as it rotates through half a revolution? If the pulley starts at rest, what is its angular
speed after half a revolution?
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