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please complete both of these tables TABLE 1. Pulley's Moment of Inertia, I (T) = 0.200m, h= 1m m (kg) (t) (s) (a) h 2(t) (m/s) (a) = (a)/(r) (rad/s) Tappl= m x (9.8-(a)) x (r) (Nm) 0.250 m (kg) t(s) (a) h 2t 0.020 (m/s) 3.070 (a) = (a)/(r) (rad/s) 0.030 2.380 Tapplmx (9.8 - (a)) x (r)
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