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Angular Velocity in terms of linear velocity
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Important Questions
Obtain the relation between linear velocity and angular velocity
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Angular velocity of minute hand of a clock is
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Two particles having mass
$M$
and
$m$
are moving in a circular path having radius
$R$
and
$r$
. If their time period are same, then the ratio of their angular velocity will be :
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A stone tied to the end of a string of 1 m long is whirled in a horizontal circle with a constant speed. If the stone makes 22 revolution in 44 seconds, what would be the magnitude and direction of acceleration of the stone?
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Derive the relation between linear and angular velocity,or Derive
$v=rw$
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A body is whirled in a horizontal circle of radius
$20$
cm. It has angular velocity if
$10$
rad/s. What is the linear velocity at any point on the circular path?
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The angular velocity (in rad/s) of a body rotating at N r.p.m. is
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A particle is moving in a circle of radius
$r$
centred at
$O$
with constant speed
$v$
. What is the change in velocity in moving from
$A$
to
$B(∠AOB=40_{∘})?$
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A car has wheels of radius
$0.30m$
and is travelling at
$36m/s$
. Calculate :
(a) the angular speed of the wheel.
(b) If the wheels describe
$40$
revolutions before coming to rest with a uniform acceleration.
(i) find it angular acceleration and
(ii) the distance covered.
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The angular velocity of a wheel is
$70rad/s$
. If the radius of the wheel is
$0.5m$
, then linear velocity of the wheel is
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