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RobGoodall

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- Homework Statement:
- A car taking going through a curve of radius 60.0 meters that turns the car through a horizontal ground angle of 90 degrees, if the car goes through the 90 degree curve in a time of 5 seconds, what is the car's Angular Velocity around the curve in radians per second?

- Relevant Equations:
- ω=dθ/dt

θ=90°= π /2 so the instantaneous angular velocity dθ/dt= lim

When I calculate it out it is π /2 radians per second. Is this correct?

_{∆ t -> 0}(θ(t +*∆*t)-θ(t))/(*∆*t)When I calculate it out it is π /2 radians per second. Is this correct?