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The angular acceleration of a shaft is defined by the relation a = -0.25w, where a is expressed in rad/s^2 and w in rad/s.

The angular acceleration of a shaft is defined by the relation a = -0.25w, where a is expressed in rad/s^2 and w in rad/s. Knowing that at t=0 th angular velocity of the shaft is 20 rad/s, determine the time required for the shaft to come to rest.

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