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a flywheel whose moment of intertia is 12.5 kg*m^2 is acted

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a flywheel whose moment of intertia is 12.5 kg*m^2 is acted on by a torque of 100m*N. Calculate the angular acceleration of the flywheel.
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Torque = (Moment of Inertia) x (angular acceleration)
τ = Iα
100 = 12.5*α
α = 8 rad/s^2

Therefore, angular acceleration is 8 rad/s^2.

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