Since this is an irregularly shaped object which equation for inertia would I use? I = 1/2*M*R^2???
Would I start out with T = r*F*sin theta, with theta = 90 so sin theta = 1.
T = r*F, so T = (0.02)(0.400) = 0.008. Then what do I do?You write the equation of motion:
NetTorque= momentinertia*angular acceleration
to solve for momentinertia. angular acceleration= change in angular velocity/time.
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