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A wheel of radius R = 0.50 m is rotating according to the equation: = 8t^2 - t^3 Point A is located at the rim of the wheel.

A wheel of radius R = 0.50 m is rotating according to the equation: θ = 8t^2 - t^3 Point A is located at the rim of the wheel. a) Compute the angular velocity of the wheel and the linear velocity of point A after 1.0 second. b) Compute the angular and linear acceleration of point A after 2.0 seconds ( Remember that the linear acceleration has two components , one radial and one longitudinal ) c) After how many seconds does the wheel change it's direction of rotation ?

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a) t = 1.0 s ω = 13 rad/s v = Rω =... View the full answer

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