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- Homework Statement:
- A ball, 1.8 kg, is attached to the end of a rope and spun in a horizontal circle above a student's head. As the student rotates the ball in a horizontal clockwise circle their lab partner counts 53 rotations in one minute. What is the ball's angular velocity in radians per second?

- Relevant Equations:
- 1 rad/sec = 60/2pi rmp

53 rpm equals 5.55 rad/sec

multiply 5.55 by 2pi to get angular velocity of 34.8717

Is the answer 34.8717?

What should I have done to more accurately solve the problem with a better understanding?

What other steps should I take when solving similar problems?

and lastly,

Is the mass relevant to the problem in any way?

multiply 5.55 by 2pi to get angular velocity of 34.8717

Is the answer 34.8717?

What should I have done to more accurately solve the problem with a better understanding?

What other steps should I take when solving similar problems?

and lastly,

Is the mass relevant to the problem in any way?