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Angular velocity is a measure of how quickly an object is rotating around a fixed point. It is typically measured in radians per second.
Angular velocity can be calculated by dividing the change in angle (in radians) by the change in time. It is represented by the symbol "ω" and the formula is ω = Δθ/Δt.
The unit of measurement for angular velocity is radians per second, represented by the symbol "rad/s".
To convert angular velocity from radians per second to revolutions per second, you can use the formula ω = 2π/ T, where T is the period of rotation in seconds. This will give you the number of revolutions per second.
Yes, angular velocity can be negative. A negative value for angular velocity indicates that the object is rotating in the opposite direction of a positive value.