What percent of his total kinetic energy is rotational

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We can roughly model a gymnastic tumbler as a uniform solid cylinder of mass 68.0 kg and diameter 1.20 m. If this tumbler rolls forward at 0.550 rev/s, how much total kinetic energy does he have? What percent of his total kinetic energy is rotational?

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