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Three identical smooth cylinders each of mass 'm' are kept on a smooth horizontal surface as shown in figure. A horizontal force 'F' is applied on the cylinder A. Line of action of force F passes through mid-point (center) of cylinder A. a.) What is minimum value of F such that all three cylinders move together? b.) What is maximum value of F such that all three cylinders move together?

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Please help:)
Please don't use Energy Work Power concept Because I haven't studied it yet.

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This is my request.
i don't know about torque:(
We have to solve it by only analysis of forces. :)
Really sorry but I am not getting wt u wanna tell me? i think i must tell u answers a.) mg/sqrt{3} b.) sqrt{3}mg.
o.O
gr8:)
but i must learn wt is torque?
moment of force http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torque
oh but plz tell me why did u analyzed torque on sphere C?
this is just newton's law ... conservation of momentum.
oh i see:) thanx:) but plz anyone help me for a.) too.
I'm trying to see what concept is used here.
thanx:)
can't seem to concentrate ... let me do this on copy.
np:) sorry i was somewhere else:)
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