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A wheel, starting from rest, rotates with a constant angular acceleration of $2.00 \text{~rad/s}^2$. During a certain $3.00 \text{~s}$ interval, it turns through $90.0\text{~ rad}$. What is the angular velocity of the wheel at the start of the $3.00 \text{~s}$ interval?

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Initial angular velocity of the wheel, $\omega_i=0$ rad/s.

The wheel rotates at a constant angular acceleration, $\alpha=2$ rad/s$^2$.

During a certain 3 s interval, the wheel turns through 90 rad.

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