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A flyball governor consists of two masses m connected to arms of length l and a mass M. The assembly is constrained to rotate arou

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A flyball governor consists of two masses m connected to arms of length l and a mass M. The assembly is constrained to rotate around a shaft on which the mass M can slide up and down without friction. Neglect the masses of the arms, air friction, and treat all masses as point objects (neglect their moments of inertia).

A flyball governor consists of two masses m connected to arms of length l and a mass M. The assembly is constrained to rotate around a shaft on which the mass M can slide up and down without friction. Neglect the masses of the arms, air friction, and treat all masses as point objects (neglect their moments of inertia).


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