## yadu123 one year ago can someone explain me tangential velocity

@Michele_Laino

2. Michele_Laino

tangential velocity is a vector, which is tangent with respect to the trajectory of the particle in motion, and its magnitude v is equal to: $\Large v = \frac{{2\pi R}}{T}$ where R is the radius of the trajectory (circumference) and T is time needed to our particle in order to complete 1 round of its trajectory. Of course, in my reasoning, I'm referring to a uniform circular motion of a particle. |dw:1433693616593:dw|