Kinematics of Rotational Motion

In summary, the problem involves finding the magnitude of the angular velocity of a turntable after it has made one complete revolution, given the initial angular acceleration. Using the equation w^2 = w0^2 + 2αΔθ and simplifying, the solution is 2√(πα).
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miamirulz29
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Homework Statement


A turntable that is initially at rest is set in
motion with a constant angular acceleration
α.
What is the magnitude of the angular ve-
locity of the turntable after it has made one
complete revolution?


Homework Equations


w(omega)^2 = w(omegeInitial)^2 +2α(delta)θ


The Attempt at a Solution


So then I used that because one revolution is equal to 2pi, I said w = sqrt. (4piα).
It is multiple choice and that is not one of the choices.
Here are the choices:
1. k~ωk = 2 π α
2. k~ωk = √2 π α
3. k~ωk = 2 α
4. k~ωk = 2√π α
5. k~ωk = √2 α
6. k~ωk = 4 π α
What am I doing wrong? Sorry if it is tough to read.
 
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Not sure if you typed out the choices properly,but you can simplify you answer even more since √(ab) = (√a)*(√b)
 
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Oh, I forgot to simplify, do it would be 2√π α
 
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miamirulz29 said:
Oh, I forgot to simplify, do it would be 2√π α

if you mean 2√(πα), then yes
 
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Yeah, that's what I meant. BTW, how do you type those symbols (I copy and pasted the symbols I could).
 
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miamirulz29 said:
Yeah, that's what I meant. BTW, how do you type those symbols (I copy and pasted the symbols I could).

If you meant LaTex, in the reply box click on the [itex]\sum[/tex] symbol and you will get the list of symbols.
 

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