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How do I intergrate this?

[tex] t - to = \int_\Theta ^\Theta(t) \frac{m}{L} R(u)^2 du [/tex]

u is [tex] \Theta(t) [/tex], [tex] \Theta [/tex] is the angle at time zero, and t is time. Can I solve for R in terms of t?

Thanks.

[tex] t - to = \int_\Theta ^\Theta(t) \frac{m}{L} R(u)^2 du [/tex]

u is [tex] \Theta(t) [/tex], [tex] \Theta [/tex] is the angle at time zero, and t is time. Can I solve for R in terms of t?

Thanks.

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