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7.A turntable reaches an angular speed of 33.3 rpm, in 2.1 s, starting from rest.
(a) Assuming the angular acceleration is constant, what is its magnitude?

b How many revolutions does the turntable make during this time interval?

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V = 33.3rev/1min = 33.3rev/60s - 0.555rev/s.

a. a = (Vf - Vi) / t,
a = (0.555 - 0) / 2.1 = 0.264rev/s^2.

b. rev = 0.555rev/s * 2.1s = 1.17.

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b) is incorrect above. You need to divide by 2 because the answer is the average velocity multiplied by time.

The correct answer is 0.585 revolutions.

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