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A thin-walled hollow cylinder (I = MR^{2}), with mass M = 3.00 kg and radius R = 0.200 m, is rolling without slipping at the bottom of a hill. At the bottom of the hill the center of mass of the cylinder has translational velocity 16.0 m/s. The cylinder then rolls without slipping to the top of a hill. The top of the hill is a vertical height of 6.00 m above the bottom of the hill. What is the translational velocity of the center of mass of the cylinder when the cylinder reaches the top of the hill?

Conservation of Energy with Rotation

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Conservation of Energy with Rotation