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#### karush

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the calculation is mine however, if ans is correct not sure what the conventional way would to set this up?

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the calculation is mine however, if ans is correct not sure what the conventional way would to set this up?

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I typically would include the actual formulas you are using. I also tend to use the angular equations rather than trying to use the linear ones. For example: \(\displaystyle v = r \omega\), so \(\displaystyle \omega = \frac{v}{r}\) (And at this step you would do your unit conversions.)

the calculation is mine however, if ans is correct not sure what the conventional way would to set this up?

Then you simply have \(\displaystyle \theta = \omega t\).

-Dan