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Linear speed v = r w *where v is the linear speed, r is the radius of the circle and w is the angular speed. d=vt *d is distance ,v is speed and t is time.
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1. Divide 360 by the object's angular speed. This determines how long it takes to rotate a single time. For example, if the object rotates with a speed of 45 degrees per second, then
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In concept, they are the same: distance covered divided by the time interval it takes to cover the distance. The difference is that distance is measured in a linear unit (e.g. meter
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