A high-speed drill reaches 2,000 rpm in 0.50 s. What is the drill�s angular acceleration? Through how many revolutions does it turn during this first 0.50 s?

## Answer

## General guidance

The expression of the angular acceleration is given as follows:
Here, is the angular velocity and *t* is the time.
The number of revolutions made by the drill in first 0.5 s is calculated as:
Here, is the angular acceleration and *t* is the time.

## Step-by-step

### Step 1 of 2

(a)
Convert the value of angular velocity from rpm to rad/s.
Substitute 206 rad/s for and 0.5 s for *t* in the expression .

The angular acceleration of drill is .

For the angular acceleration, use the expression of angular acceleration, substitute the value of angular velocity and time in the expression and find the result.

### Step 2 of 2

(b)
Substitute for and 0.5 s for *t* in the expression .
Convert the value of from rad to revolutions.

The number of revolutions made by drill is 0.5 sec is 8.32 revolutions.

Use the angular acceleration value calculated in the above part to find the number of revolutions. Since, the wheel makes rad in one revolution. Hence, divide the value of by and calculate the number of revolutions.

### Answer

The angular acceleration of drill is .

The number of revolutions made by drill is 0.5 sec is 8.32 revolutions.

### Answer only

The angular acceleration of drill is .

The number of revolutions made by drill is 0.5 sec is 8.32 revolutions.