- Homework Statement:
- I'm pretty sure I'm tripping myself up.
- Relevant Equations:
Angular velocity is the degrees by which something rotates over a time period. If I have an angular velocity in one direction and I resolve it into its components, its components would obviously be of lesser value. Here's what I don't get. When I imagine this scenario, I see that the thing rotates the same amount of degrees per second in both the resolved component and the original vector. Help.