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Rotational energy of a nucleus

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Summary: I want to show by using the rotational energy formula that ##E(2^+) = 92 KeV##? But I got ##E(2^+) = 3096KeV##. Below is what I've done. There must be something I am missing.

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There's a flaw in this exercise. My result is correct.
 

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