A flywheel has a constant angular deceleration of 2.5 rad/sec^2. I need to ...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1. find the angle through which the flywheel turns as it comes to rest from an angular speed of 117 rad/sec.

2. Find the time required for the flywheel to come to rest.

So i used the formula w^2=wo^2+2a(theta) since w^2 is 0, that would make theta 0, which is not possible.

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