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    @Outkast3r09 @Edutopia

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    well torque is easy

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    \[it's the|dw:1359765105446:dw| we know the lever arm however we need to make the force perpendicular to the arm i think if i remember right

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    we need to find the perp force of that force on it which is a component of that force

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    so if you look t's the sin of that angle

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    so now you have \[\tau=fRsin(\theta)=2*3*sin(30)\]

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    you're given velocity so you can find angular velocity

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    now you need to find the moment of inertia for hte object... you can perhaps find this using torque equation

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    \[\tau=fR=I\alpha\]

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    @Outkast3r09 i go the torque i need the (a) part

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    angular momentum

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    you need to find hte moment of inertia of this object somehow

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    I can also use r x mv right

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