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When a quarter, a nickel, a penny, and a dime are flipped; what are each of their revolutions per minute?

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    It all depends upon how it is flipped.
    Is this how physics is taught nowadays?
    Heaven help us.

    Larger coins probably turn more slowly after a comparable "flip"

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