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1. A bicycle going 13.5 m/s has 0.680 cm diameter wheels. What is the angular velocity of the wheels in rad/s? in RPM? (39.7 rad/sec, 379 RPM)
2. What is the tangential velocity of a 4.50 cm radius hard drive spinning at 5200. RPM? (24.5 m/s)
3. What time will it take a wheel to speed up from 12.0 rad/s to 47.0 rad/s with an acceleration of 1.40 rad/s/s? (25.0 s)
4. A hard drive takes 4.80 s to speed up from rest to 7200. RPM. How many revolutions does it go through in doing this? (288 revolutions)
5. A car with 0.450 m radius wheels speeds up to 28.0 m/s over a distance of 112 m with an acceleration of 2.60 m/s/s. What is the initial angular velocity of the wheels? (31.6 rad/s)
16. A motor speeds up from 1350. RPM with an angular acceleration of 2.90 rad/s/s for 19.0 seconds. Through what angle in radians does it rotate? (3210 rad)
17. A car tire initially rotating at 37.0 rotations per second slows down through 148 rotations in 5.20 seconds. What is its final angular velocity in rotations per second? (19.9 rot/s)
18. A drill speeds up from 680. RPM to 1540 RPM with an acceleration of 1.80 rad/s/s. How many rotations does it go through? (926 rotations)
19. A skateboard wheel speeds up from 5.30 rotations/sec to 12.0 rotations/s in 9.00 seconds. What is the angular acceleration in rad/s/s? (4.68 rad/s/s)
20. A turntable accelerates at 0.835 rad/s/s from rest to 33.3 RPM. What is its angular displacement in radians? (7.28 rad)
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