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Problem 9e
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CALC The angle θ through which a disk drive turns is given by θ(t) = a + bt - ct^3, where a, b, and c are constants, t is in seconds, and θ is in radians. When t = 0, θ = p/4 rad and the angular velocity is 2.00 rad/s. When t = 1.50 s, the angular acceleration is 1.25 rad/s^2. (b) What is the angular acceleration when θ = p/4 rad?

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