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Rotational Kinematics HW Help

 
 
Reply Tue 12 Nov, 2019 07:16 pm
A potter's wheel with a 35.9 cm radius rotates with a 2.91 rad/s2 angular acceleration. After 5.37 s, the wheel has rotated through an angle of 77.7 rad.
a)What linear distance did a point on the outer edge travel during the 5.37 s?
b)What was the initial angular velocity of the wheel?
c)What was the angular velocity of the wheel at 5.37 s?
d)What is the centripetal acceleration at 5.37 s?
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gmanc1409
 
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Reply Mon 23 Dec, 2019 09:34 pm
@jdmaxwell02,
Hey are you still looking for help with your physics class?

If so, please let me know.
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McGentrix
 
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Reply Tue 24 Dec, 2019 01:00 am
@jdmaxwell02,
a) 17 microtares/deciliter
b)2 apples
c) 6.02x10(23)
d) Centripetals have 100 feet.
gmanc1409
 
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Reply Tue 24 Dec, 2019 09:18 pm
@McGentrix,
Centripedals have 100 feet.

He asked for radial acceleration
McGentrix
 
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Reply Wed 25 Dec, 2019 03:44 pm
@gmanc1409,
Ever have 100 feet all trying to rotate something? It's a giant clusterfuck.
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