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- Is there a way to calculate the average linear speed of all points in the volume of a sphere rotating on a single axis?

Is there a way to calculate the average linear speed of all points in the volume of a sphere rotating on a single axis? Since points closer to the axis of rotation and the poles move slower than points further out, would the average speed be a simple function of r/2 and pi? It would seem that there should be a significant relationship between that average and energy dynamics on both micro and macro scales. For example, points on the equator of a spinning proton are presumed to be moving at c, according to current theories – What about the gradient of speeds approaching the axis and poles?