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okay, i've thought about this for a while and still can't figure it out and its absolutely bugging me to death

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Assume that the static friction coefficient between the cylinder and the ground is "u", the gravitational acceleration is "g", the mass of the cylinder is "M", and the radius is "r". What is the maximum force that can be applied without slippage occurring

here's the picture:

http://img307.imageshack.us/img307/3193/problemcr4.gif [Broken]

Assume that the static friction coefficient between the cylinder and the ground is "u", the gravitational acceleration is "g", the mass of the cylinder is "M", and the radius is "r". What is the maximum force that can be applied without slippage occurring

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