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- Homework Statement
- Consider a object going circular motion of radius 0.14m, angular acceleration is given by a(t) = 2t The tangential velocity at t=0 is 0.5m/s

Find angular velocity at t=3

- Relevant Equations
- tangential acc = r * angular acc

Hi everyone. Do correct me if I am thinking wrongly.

So to find angular velocity, won't I just have to integrate angular acc = 2t, which means angular velocity = t^2? Hence, won't the answer be 3^2=9?

The answer seems to be 5.43 :/

Thanks

So to find angular velocity, won't I just have to integrate angular acc = 2t, which means angular velocity = t^2? Hence, won't the answer be 3^2=9?

The answer seems to be 5.43 :/

Thanks