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anonymous

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I need help with this angular motion problem.

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    First collect all the data from the given problem :)

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    The formula for angular velocity (\(\omega\)) is \(\omega\)=\(\Large \frac{v}{r}~\large\rm v: Linear~Velocity~r:Radius\)

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    Hint: here we have to apply the conservation of angular momentum, namely: \[\Large {I_1}{\omega _1} = {I_2}{\omega _2}\] where I_, and I_2 are the moment of inertia of our system before and after the drop of the clay, respectively, similarly for \omega_1 and \omega_2

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