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Unformatted text preview: c ), unlike Parts ( a ) and ( b ), involves both a linear quantity (distance traveled) and an angular quantity (angular displacement). Thus, Part ( c ) is not analogous to a onedimensional angular problem. SOLVE ( a ) 1. The angular acceleration is related to the initial and final angular velocities: Answer: 2. Solve for : Answer: ( b ) 1. The angular displacement is related to the time by Equation 96 : Answer: 2. Convert radians to revolutions: Answer: ( c ) The distance traveled is r times the angular displacement in radians: Answer:...
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 Spring '08
 Marshak
 Acceleration, Angular Acceleration, onedimensional linear problem

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