9.41 .. Energy is to be stored in a 70.0-kg flywheel in the shape of a uniform solid disk with radius R = 1.20 m. To prevent structural failure of the flywheel the maximum allowed radial acceleration of a point on its rim is 3500 m>s2. What is the maximum kinetic energy that can be stored in the flywheel?

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