Physics Rotational Motion Question

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Can anybody manage to do this question?

A uniform disc of mass m and radius a, rotating at an angular speed w is placed on a flat horizontal surface. If the coefficient of friction is u, calculate the frictional torque on the disc and hence the time it takes for it to come to rest.

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Can anybody manage to do this question?

A uniform disc of mass m and radius a, rotating at an angular speed w is placed on a flat horizontal surface. If the coefficient of friction is u, calculate the frictional torque on the disc and hence the time it takes for it to come to rest.

Cheers in advance,

Chris
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