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if the answer is 1 rad/s (100 times more radius 100 times less angular speed) this would mean that conservation of angular momentum is conservation of linear velocity, is this correct?

what formula would you use to solve this problem?

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if the answer is 1 rad/s (100 times more radius 100 times less angular speed) this would mean that conservation of angular momentum is conservation of linear velocity, is this correct?

what formula would you use to solve this problem?

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