Angular speed and revolutions question.

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I've attached the problem as an image. I solved 20 and 21 very easily. For 22, my obvious instinct was to set dtheta/dt to 0, but that's an unsolvable equation. I'm obviously missing something key in solving 22. What is it?
 

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obviously, your obvious instinct is not pointing you to the right direction....

Try to set up a definite integral with appropiate limit.... (what is time t equal to when the wheel coming to rest?)
 

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