From understanding angular velocity and centripetal force to exploring non-uniform circular motion, this chapter will provide you with a solid foundation in this fundamental aspect of physics. Get ready to unravel the mysteries of circular motion!
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A point mass travels through a circular arc of length ℓ. Given that the radius of circle =r and the time taken =t, what is the angular velocity about the centre of the circle.
A compact disc (CD) is rotating about an axis through its centre and perpendicular to its plane. A point X on the disc is twice as far from the axis as a point Y. At a given instant, what is the ratio of the linear velocity of X to that of Y?
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