Posted by **kelsey** on Wednesday, October 22, 2008 at 12:59am.

A torque of 1.15 N·m is applied to a bicycle wheel of radius 36 cm and mass 0.83 kg. Treating the wheel as a hoop, find its angular acceleration.

?rad/s2

I know accel is alpha times the radius...where does torque tie in?

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