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        		A particle moves along the circular path of radius 15 cm with a constant angular acceleration of 4 rad/s2. If the initial angular speed of the particle is 5 rad/s, find angular displacement of the particle in 5 second.
one year ago

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Rajdeep
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							HELLO THERE! This question can be solved by using the second Equation of Motion: Let’s analyze the given data:Initial angular velocity (wo) = 5 rad/sAngular acceleration ($\alpha$) = 4 rad/s2We need to find the angular displacement ($\theta$)... From second equation of motion, we have: $\theta = \omega_{o}t +\frac{1}{2}\alpha t^{2}$Put the value of wo, $\alpha$ and t (5 sec),we get  $\theta = 75^{o}$ THANKS!

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