In the image above, a centroid with radius 1 is depicted. F1 is pointing directly at point A (which is the center of the circle), and F2 is pointing directly at point B. The radius for finding the torque would be the perpendicular between the center of the object and the force vector, so r1 would be 0 and r2 would be 1. From my understanding, F1 will make the circle move in the direction of the force, but it will not rotate. F2 on the other hand, since the radius is not zero, will make it move in the direction of the force and rotate. So my question is, given a force vector f and a radius r, how do you calculate what the final meters/second and the radians/second of the object will be?