anonymous
  • anonymous
Is linear Speed 10km/hr can be converted as angular velocity?
MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes provided the body is rotating or has a well defined radius(or distance from a source that rotates) V=rW where W omega is ur angular velocity
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, it depends on if the object is orbiting a center point at radius R. Average angular velocity is delta theta divided by delta T. Where theta is delta length divided by the radius/
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you so much for your help. I forgot to give the radius of Curvature R=35m, Linear Speed=10km/hr. If this are given, then can I solve the angular Velocity? Please help me to get the value of angular velocity and acceleration.

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Savvy
  • Savvy
|dw:1333039908020:dw| v=10km/hr=(50/18) m/s
Savvy
  • Savvy
and R=35m since v=rw (w: omega) w=(v/r) w=5/63 rad/s w=0.79rad/s which is almost 0.8rad/s

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