82. (a) Using Eq. 2-16 for the translational (center-of-mass) motion, we find vvaxavx2020222=+¡=−ΔΔwhich yields a= –4.11 for v0= 43 and Δx=225(SI units understood). The magnitude of the linear acceleration of the center of mass is therefore 4.11 m/s2.(b) With R= 0.250 m, Eq. 11-6 gives 2| | /16.4rad/s .aRα==If the wheel is going rightward, it is rotating in a clockwise sense. Since it is slowing
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