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I'm actually working on a problem in Rotational mechanics.

I'll just hint the problem.

In a rotating body,tangential acc=(radius)angular acceleration.

velocity=(radius)angular velocity.thus,

[tangential acc/angular acceleration]

=[velocity/angular velocity]

can we use the theorems of ratio and proportions studied in algebra so as to write,

[tangential acc+angular acceleration]/[tangential acc-angular acceleration]

=[velocity+angular velocity]/[velocity-angular velocity]

this was a q asked in my exam.

still I have no idea whether my answer,Yes.we shall write is correct or wrong

if u feel the answer is no plz justify.even if u feel yes,plz give me an explanation.

thanks in advance.