Question

If the value of
linear acceleration of the center of the solid cylinder is
**A** g while rolling down an incline plane without
slipping, then what would be value of the inclination angle
theta?

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A cylinder (radius = 0.14 m, center-of-mass rotational inertia =
0.015410 kg·m2, and mass = 1.49 kg) starts from rest and rolls
without slipping down a plane with an angle of inclination of
25.5°. Find the time it takes it to travel 1.62 m along the
incline.
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