How to Calculate an Angular Frequency?


The angular frequency is the measure of rotation rate. Angular frequency can be calculated by determining the magnitude of the vector quantity called angular velocity. The angular velocity is the rate of change of angular displacement of an object.
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angular frequency
a measure of the frequency of an object varying sinusoidally equal to 2π times the frequency in cycles per second and expressed in radians per second. Symbol: π
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