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abtrehearn

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Imagine you have a certain length of cable of nearly perfect flexibility, negligible thickness, and of uniform linear mass density. You hold one end, and the cable is hanging straight down. You start twirling the end you are holding, causing the entire cable to rotate about the vertical axis passing through the center of the horizontal circle traced out by the upper end of the cable,

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