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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

The angular acceleration of a flywheel of a generator is given by

a(t) = 6bt - 12ct^{2}

What is the angular velocity at t when the initial velocity is w_{0}?

3. The attempt at a solution

w = w_{0}+ at = w_{0}+ 6bt^{2}- 12ct^{3}

This is wrong according to my book. Can't I use the same equations for angular motion as for linear motion?

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# Homework Help: Angular velocity

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