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How do I find tangential speed with just radius, time and angular acceleration?

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    tangential speed= radius*angularspeed
    tangential speed=radius*(angularacceleration*time)

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    Can I just do that when my radius is in radians?

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    radius is in linear units, not radians.

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    My bad...
    I meant the angular acceleration - I was given rad/sec^2 as the units.

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