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Abicycle wheel has radius r = 32.0 cm and mass m = 1.82 kgwhich you may assume to be concentrated on the outside radius. a resistive force f = 100 n (due to friction with theground) is applied to the rim of the tire. a force f is applied tothe sprocket at radius r by the bicycle chain such that the wheelhas an angular acceleration of alpha(a) = 4.50 rad/s2. the tire does notslip with the ground, and the lower part of the chain (not shown)exerts no force. what is the combined mass of the bicycle and rider? hint: the force f also acts onthe front sprocket of the bicycle.

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