Hello everyone. I'm new here, though I've been using the site for a long time now. Now, I have a question. =)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Suppose I have a vehicle with 3 wheels, one frontal passive wheel, and two wheels with different motors in the back. How will I go about calculating the angular velocity of the car, if given the velocity of each wheel? Or maybe given the relation between the two said speeds?

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Idaan.

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# Calculating angular velocity when given two wheels speed

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