A racing car travels on a circular track ofradius 208 m. The car moves with a constantlinear speed of 26.3m/s.A) Find its angular speed. Answer in units of rad/s.
B) Find the magnitude of its acceleration. Answer in units of m/s^2.
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Given: Linear speed v = 26.3 m/s, Radius r = 208 m The angular velocity is given by ω = dθ/dt = 26.3/208 = 0.126 rad/s.
Angular Acceleration = ω2r Angular Acceleration = (0.126)(2)(208) = 52.42 rad/s^2
Angular accelaration = r * linear accelaration
linear accelaration = 52.42 / 208 = 0.252 m/s^2
Acceleration is wrong
Is time given in question
linear acceleration = 0.00061m/s^2
angluar acceleration = 0.000061 x 208 = 0.1696 rad/s^2
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