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NODARman

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- Homework Statement
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- Relevant Equations
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I've calculated this. Is it correct?

a=ω²R => ω=√(a/R)

T(period)=1/ω=1 / (√(a/R))

f = 1/T = √(a/R)

[ if a=10G=100 m/s² ; R=1m ]

then: f = √(a/R) = √(100/1) = 10 hertz

In angular velocity, can I just convert a=ω²R to ω=√(a/R) and write instead of ω=(2π)/T (in the first line)?

a=ω²R => ω=√(a/R)

T(period)=1/ω=1 / (√(a/R))

f = 1/T = √(a/R)

[ if a=10G=100 m/s² ; R=1m ]

then: f = √(a/R) = √(100/1) = 10 hertz

In angular velocity, can I just convert a=ω²R to ω=√(a/R) and write instead of ω=(2π)/T (in the first line)?