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Angular velocity 
20181205 

From Kolade: Krusty the Clown and Sideshow Bob have covered themselves in velcro, and shot themselves out of a large
cannon so that they stick to a huge rotating velcro wheel (don’t try this at home). As shown in Figure 1(a),
Krusty is now stuck to a point 3.00 m from the center of the wheel while Bob is stuck to another point 5.00 m
from the center. The wheel is rotating counterclockwise at 10.0 rpm. Conveniently a set of axes is suspended
just in front the wheel (Krusty asked for axes, like the ones you would use to chop wood, so that he and Bob
could chase each other with them in the usual wholesome entertainment he is known for. Unfortunately, the
set designer misunderstood.) The axes do not rotate with the wheel.
(a) Find Krusty’s and Bob’s angular velocities, in radians per second. Answered by Penny Nom. 





A rotating wheel 
20180824 

From Kay: A wheel with a radius of 7 inches is rotating at 4 revolutions per second. What is the
linear speed v, in feet per second? Answered by p. 


