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ok I understand that I am going to be using one of the equations of kinematics for rotational and linear motion. I just don't understand what I am suspose to use the "one-half of a revolution" for.

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ok I understand that I am going to be using one of the equations of kinematics for rotational and linear motion. I just don't understand what I am suspose to use the "one-half of a revolution" for.

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What angle is one half of a revolution?

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