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    Attachment 724620So for this question attached, I have actually seen the answer which uses the conservation of angular momentum.

    Is there a way to solve the problem without using angular momentum? (for example, modelling the rolling motion?)
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    So for this question attached, I have actually seen the answer which uses the conservation of angular momentum.

    Is there a way to solve the problem without using angular momentum? (for example, modelling the rolling motion?)
    I can't see your attachment I'm afraid.
 
 
 
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