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Answer is 25.8.

I was trying to use the relationship of V=RW but I can't seem to figure out this simple problem.

Is this a centripetal acceleration problem?

What method is best to solve this?

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Answer is 25.8.

I was trying to use the relationship of V=RW but I can't seem to figure out this simple problem.

Is this a centripetal acceleration problem?

What method is best to solve this?

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it seems I dont have enough information to use the kinemativ equations.

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You only need the one equation I gave in my post above!

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nice, a=v^2/r for circle acceleration..that is a very useful equation.

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