# Angular velocity

1. Oct 7, 2004

### buffgilville

does anyone know how to convert 33 revolutions/minute to velocity (meter/sec) when the radius is 1.47 meters?

2. Oct 7, 2004

3. Oct 7, 2004

### arildno

1. What distance has a given point on the rim travelled when it has made one revolution?
2. How many seconds are there in a minute?

4. Oct 7, 2004

### NateTG

If you have a radius of 1.47 m the circumference is π2.94.

So
$$\frac{22 rev}{minute} \times \frac{minute}{60 seconds} \times \frac{2.94 \pi m}{rev}$$