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Moment of Inertia Lab

1. Homework Statement
How much frictional torque is there? I know angular acceleration and torque applied. (I do not know if this can be used to find torque friction, though.)



2. Homework Equations



3. The Attempt at a Solution

I know that Frictional torque can be found by doing Torque net - Torque applied. But I do not have torque net, which is another part of the lab where I use the frictional torque found to find the torque net.
 

Answers and Replies

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The net external torque of a rigid body is equal to the product of the angular acceleration and moment of inertia of that body.
 

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