Here are some problems.if you have solved any one or more please post it's solutions.
If anyone want to see my attempt for a particular problem, they can ask me I will happily show the attempt.
Thanks in advance.

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@Lil Doug I'm definitely not experienced enough in general rotational mechanics to solve this one lol. I have read about rotational mechanics and stuff, but I need to learn to apply it first.

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TopNewest@Steven Chase @Karan Chatrath @Mark Hennings @Uros Stojkovic @Hosam Hajjir @Krishna Karthik

Your solutions will be helpful.

Thanks in advance.

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Cool. I'll try soon.

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@Eric Roberts your solutions will also be helpful. Thanks in advance.

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Bro you've got some big balls. I think Eric Roberts kinda hates you lol.

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@Krishna Karthik I don't think. I was just clearing his misconception which he was thinking.

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I don't hate anyone.

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These problems are too advanced for me. Thanks for the olive branch. Perhaps you should extend one to Vinayak instead.

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@Lil Doug I'm definitely not experienced enough in general rotational mechanics to solve this one lol. I have read about rotational mechanics and stuff, but I need to learn to apply it first.

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