In traveling to the Moon, astronauts aboard the Apollo spacecraft put themselves into a slow…

In traveling to the Moon, astronauts aboard
the Apollo spacecraft put themselves into a slow rotation to distribute the
Sun’s energy evenly. At the start of their trip, they accelerated from no
rotation to 1.0 revolution every minute during a 12-min time interval. The
spacecraft can be thought of as a cylinder with a diameter of 8.5 m. Determine
(a) the angular acceleration, and (b) the radial and tangential components of
the linear acceleration of a point on the skin of the ship 7.0 min after it
started this acceleration.