Physics
posted by Jake on .
A gyroscope with rotational inertia 6.4 103 kg·m2 is precessing in a horizontal plane at 0.46 rad/s under the influence of a 0.31 N·m torque caused by a force pointing vertically downward. How fast is the gyroscope spinning on its axis?

Sorry, rotational inertia I = 6.4 * 10^3 kg*m^2.
I really am stuck on this, can't figure out how to use angular momentum/torque relations to connect the dots and be able to solve for what they're asking ;\. 
Hey this is what I did:
T=Ia
a= T/I
then divide a/precessing velocity
and that is the answer 
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