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DaalChawal said:You have added them like they are moving on straight line...In circle velocity changes as direction is changing.
The formula for calculating the rate of two points moving along a circle is: rate = (angular displacement)/(time interval).
The angular displacement can be determined by finding the difference between the initial and final angles of the points on the circle. This can be measured in degrees or radians.
No, the rate of two points moving along a circle can vary depending on the speed and direction of the points. If the points are moving at a constant angular velocity, then the rate will remain constant. However, if the points are accelerating or decelerating, the rate will change.
Yes, the rate of two points on a circle can be negative if the points are moving in opposite directions. This means that one point is moving clockwise while the other is moving counterclockwise. The negative sign indicates the direction of movement.
The radius of the circle does not directly affect the rate of two points moving along it. However, a larger radius will result in a longer distance traveled for the same angular displacement, which will result in a higher rate. Similarly, a smaller radius will result in a shorter distance traveled and a lower rate.