What happens when nylon rope is wound around a spool and pulled horizontally to the right when:
1. the circumference of the rope is bigger then the spool and the rope is pulled above the center of the spoof?
2. the circumference of the rope is bigger then the spool and the rope is pulled under the center of the spoof?
3. the circumference of the rope is smaller then the spoof and the rope is pulled above the center of the spoof?
4. the circumference of the rope is smaller then the spoof and the rope is pulled under the center of the spoof?
(I don't know if I have to, but I don't own the rights to these books. They're just there because they're high and I have two of them with the same size :P
Good books though)
Tagged under: Spool Trick,Science,Circumference,Angle,1veritasium
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