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Oct2908, 11:03 PM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
3. The attempt at a solution I thought I could take the second derivative and get the angular acceleration from which I could use where ω is the angular velocity, is the linear tangential acceleration, and r is the radius of curvature. But for some reason, it didn't give me the right answer, anyone know where I went wrong? 



#2
Oct3008, 12:36 AM

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Hi Garen,




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Oct3008, 12:44 AM

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aaaah thank you so much. i was totally stalking this post and you replied to it in a MOMENT OF PARADISE!!!!!




#4
Oct3008, 12:52 AM

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Angular Acceleration Problem 



#5
Oct3008, 12:56 AM

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Once you have found both components (the tangential and centripetal), the total is just the vector sum. 



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Oct3008, 01:02 AM

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