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Angular velocity irrespective of axis of rotation?

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quawa99
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Sep13-13, 01:32 AM
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How exactly can the angular velocity of a 2 dimensional laminar object be the same with respect to all axes of rotation perpendicular to its plane ?
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namanjain
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Sep13-13, 03:05 AM
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try to do it for a rod and i applies same for others

now for this rod ____________ (anticlockwise rotation) α angular acceleration
o

with o point on it

at x dist from o
vx = xα

at 2x dist from o
v2x = 2xα

at 3x dist from o
v3x = 3xα





now relative to x dist
αrel = α
for both points 2x and 3x

rest you must do


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