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How would I go about solving that? What really confuses me is the 2.64 revolutions per second, so if anyone could explain that I'd appreciate it. I have the Centriptial Acceleration formula but I dont know how to use Rev/s.

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How would I go about solving that? What really confuses me is the 2.64 revolutions per second, so if anyone could explain that I'd appreciate it. I have the Centriptial Acceleration formula but I dont know how to use Rev/s.

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[itex]\omega = 2\pi f[/itex] where [itex]f[/itex] is the frequency in Hertz, or number of revolutions per second.

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