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 June 12th, 2011, 03:14 PM #1 Member   Joined: Mar 2011 Posts: 49 Thanks: 1 angular acceleration If a car accelerates from 32.7 km/h to 54.7 km/h in 14.5 s, and the tires have an angular acceleration of 1.639 rad/s2, what is the radius of the tires? Anyone know how to best solve this?
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 Originally Posted by MasterOfDisaster If a car accelerates from 32.7 km/h to 54.7 km/h in 14.5 s, and the tires have an angular acceleration of 1.639 rad/s2, what is the radius of the tires? Anyone know how to best solve this?
The speed along the road is distance/time
The distance is 2*Pi*R for each revolution of the wheel radius R
One revolution is 2*PI radians of angle
Acceleration is rate-of-change of speed

 June 13th, 2011, 05:54 PM #3 Member   Joined: Mar 2011 Posts: 49 Thanks: 1 Re: angular acceleration Thank you

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