Strategy. The term rev/min stands for revolutions per minute. By converting this to radians per second, we obtain the angular velocity ω. Because r is given, we can use the second expression in the equation ac=v2r;ac=rω2 a c = v 2 r ; a c = r ω 2 to calculate the centripetal acceleration

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