Posted by **Judy** on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 9:39pm.

A hammer is accelerated at 13 rad/s^2 at a radiius of rotation of 1.5 m. the tangential hammer speed is 20 m/s.

a)Determine the angular velocity of the hammer

b)the magnitude of the radial component of its linear acceleration

c)the magnitude of the tangential component of its linear acceleration

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