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The net work done in accelerating a propeller from 0 to 30 rad/s is 6000 J. What...

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...is the moment of inertia of..? The net work done in accelerating a propeller from 0 to 30 rad/s is 6000 J. What is the moment of inertia of the propeller in (kg)(m^2)?

the answer is 13 but i need someone to show me how the problem is solved
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