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And what is the problem you have? Are you totally stuck ?
I kind of have an idea of how to find the normal and tangential velocities.

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Just not sure what to do after that :-?
I mean accelerations
Mmmm me neither, is it so urgent or can I review my notes later to see if I can come with some ideas?
ugh, I can't even form the right thoughts.
Yeah you can review your notes. It's due in a few days.
we need to determine the force since C has no mass, the only other method of determine force would be to determine the torque
I don't know what you mean. I think this will have to be done with relative acceleration
im just working backwards
@No-data should I come back later after you've reviewed your notes?
I see you're still here :-). How are you doing?

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