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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am appreciative of the opportunity afforded by this forum to submit a query.

Look forward to your suggestion.

Best regards,

wirefree

**Problem:**See__NOTE__: The reference to weight "D" in the second line is incorrect.**My Attempt:***Step 1:*Since this is a constant acceleration situation, I calculated the angular acceleration = 3 cm * -4 cm/s/s*Step 2:*Employed the constant acceleration equation [tex] \omega^2 = \omega_0^2 + 2*\alpha*\theta [/tex] to obtain [tex]\theta = 3/2 [/tex]*Step 3:*Lastly, I converted angle to length for the disc of radius 3 cm to obtain the required answer as 14.13 cm.**Question:**This approach does not yield. What should I relook?Look forward to your suggestion.

Best regards,

wirefree