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If a wheel accelerates from rest at 1.0 m/s^2 and I need to find the instantaneous angular speed of the wheel at .10s would this be the proper formula:
final angular speed=initial angular speed + angular acceleration(change in time)
When I use this formula, it comes out to .10 rad/s which just seems to simple.
final angular speed=initial angular speed + angular acceleration(change in time)
When I use this formula, it comes out to .10 rad/s which just seems to simple.