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# A metal cylinder of mass m and radius *R*_{1} moves down vertically in a pipe of radius *R*_{2} as shown is very small. There is a liquid between the cylinder and pipe whose coefficient of viscosity is . If the cylinder moves down with a constant velocity v, the value of is (length of the cylinder = L).

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