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Consider a 2 kg bicycle rolling at a constant velocity of 10 m/s
(this 2 kg does not include the mass of the wheels). The wheels
each have a radius of R=0.75 m and a mass of M=1 kg. The moment of
inertia of each wheel is I=MR^{2}.

**What is the total kinetic energy of the bicycle and the
wheels? Express the answer in units of Joules, but enter only the
numeric answer.**

Answer #1

1) a)
Consider a particle of mass m = 22.0 kg revolving around an axis
with angular speed ω omega. The perpendicular distance from the
particle to the axis is r = 1.75 m . (Figure 1)
Which of the following are units for expressing rotational
velocity, commonly denoted by ωωomega?
Check all that apply.
( ) radians per second
( ) degrees per second
( ) meters per second
( ) arc seconds
( ) revolutions per second
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