Asked by raghavendran7 | 9th Nov, 2009, 06:24: PM
Angular velocity = angular displacement/time.
Consider a particle moving in a circle of radius R.
For a very small change in position, the arc lenth will the the displacement of the particle and the angle subtended will be the angular displacement.
linear displacement = (angular displacement)(radius)
Dividing both sides by time.
linear displacement/time = (radius)(angular displacement)/time
linear velocity = radius x angular velocity.
Answered by | 9th Nov, 2009, 09:19: PM
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