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Default Spin deceleration rate?

What would be the spin rate be 4 seconds after ejection with an initial spin rate of 2000 RPM at 50 MPH?
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yup, exactly. spot on.
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No wind, Sea Level, 55 Dewpoint , 70 degrees. Disc thrown is a brand new avg stability Star Teebird and thrown 3 degrees nose down and at initial launch angle of 2 degrees up released 1 degree of hyzer.

I can't figure this one out so anyone? No need to be exact, just within 100 RPM.
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IDK, but iirc Dave Dunipace said all the spin would be gone after 20 seconds.
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Is this real life?
Is this just fantasy?
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Is this real life?
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I need to know, yeah real life man.
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I need to know, yeah real life man.
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If you use common core math the answer is purple.


It will take 4 sheets of paper to show my work so you'll just have to trust me on this one.
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I used 5 lifelines, contacting Prince, Oprah, Harold, Sheb and Barney, and purple is the correct answer.
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If you use common core math the answer is purple.


It will take 4 sheets of paper to show my work so you'll just have to trust me on this one.
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