## Question

###### Ommodc mhanging 0.25 mpulley 0.0rpulley mass (between 0.01 kg and kg) is hung by string from the edge of massive (between kg and kg) disk-shaped pulley (with radius between 0.1 and meters) as shown (position is given in meters_ time is given in seconds_ and angular velocity is given in radians _ second) Restart_Set the hanging mass to 0.25 kg_ the radius of the pulley to m, and vary the mass of the pulley. How does the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the pulley depend on the mass (and t

Ommodc mhanging 0.25 mpulley 0.0 rpulley mass (between 0.01 kg and kg) is hung by string from the edge of massive (between kg and kg) disk-shaped pulley (with radius between 0.1 and meters) as shown (position is given in meters_ time is given in seconds_ and angular velocity is given in radians _ second) Restart_ Set the hanging mass to 0.25 kg_ the radius of the pulley to m, and vary the mass of the pulley. How does the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the pulley depend on the mass (and therefore moment of inertia} of the pulley? How does the magnitude of the acceleration of the hanging mass depend on the mass (and therefore moment of inertia) of the pulley? How are your answers to (a) and (b} related? Set the mass of the pulley to 0.5 kg_ the radius of the pulley to 2 m and vary the hanging mass How does the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the pulley depend on the hanging mass? How does the magnitude of the acceleration of the hanging mass depend on the hanging mass? How are your answers to (d) and (e) related? Set the hanging mass to 0.25 kg_ the mass of the pulley to 0.5 kg, and vary the radius of the pulley. How does the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the pulley depend on the radius of the pulley? How does the magnitude of acceleration of the hanging mass depend on the radius of the pulley? How are your answers to (g) and (h) related? Set the mass of the pulley to 0.5 kg_ the hanging mass to 0.25 kg, and the radius of the pulley to Determine the acceleration of the hanging mass and the angular acceleration of the pulley. k From Newton = second aw, determine the tension in the string How much torque does this tension provide to the pulley?