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marissa12

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ok so you need to use v=omega*radius

and omega=2000rpm? im not sure if someone could help me out with that i should be able to solve it

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marissa12

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ok so you need to use v=omega*radius

and omega=2000rpm? im not sure if someone could help me out with that i should be able to solve it

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KingOfTwilight

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Yes, you're right, omega = 2000 rpm. Just convert that into SI.

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