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I know that wf^2 = wi^2 + 2a(dTheta) should be used, and I find theta to be 44.2 but the 44.2 is in rads, so how do i translate this into ms? What does the 1.50 diameter have to do with this problem?

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I know that wf^2 = wi^2 + 2a(dTheta) should be used, and I find theta to be 44.2 but the 44.2 is in rads, so how do i translate this into ms? What does the 1.50 diameter have to do with this problem?

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How many radians to one revolution?

I know that wf^2 = wi^2 + 2a(dTheta) should be used, and I find theta to be 44.2 but the 44.2 is in rads, so how do i translate this into ms? What does the 1.50 diameter have to do with this problem?

What distance is that? Maybe think circumference plays a part?

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