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how would I understand a?

it doesn't work in terms of conversation of energy - why?

so what do I need to consider in order to solve this question?
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how would I understand a?

it doesn't work in terms of conversation of energy - why?

so what do I need to consider in order to solve this question?
The reaction with the cylinder is similar to the tension in the string in
https://revisionmaths.com/advanced-l...ertical-circle
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The reaction with the cylinder is similar to the tension in the string in
https://revisionmaths.com/advanced-l...ertical-circle
thank you
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