A pulsar is a rapidly rotating neutron star that emits a radio beam the way a lighthouse emits a light beam. We receive a radio pulse for each rotation of the star. The period T of rotation is found by measuring the time between pulses. The pulsar in the Crab nebula has a period of rotation of T=.033s that is increasing at the rate of 1.26 x 10^-5 s/y a)What is the pulsar's angular acceleration? I know that T=2pi/w when omega is constant. Does it make sense to that that T(t)=2pi/w(t) ? If this is correct then I can get the answer, but even if it is correct I'm not sure why it works.