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Interesting thing happens when the textbook says in angular speed and I use f and then using w=2πf and then continue I get wrong answer but sometimes right answer.I am really confused

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Interesting thing happens when the textbook says in angular speed and I use f and then using w=2πf and then continue I get wrong answer but sometimes right answer.I am really confused

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So angular velocity and angular speed is same in 1D ?

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In electronics we traditionally talk about frequency and measure it in Hz. Again, that is a counting measure - the number of wave maxima in a second. As such it is easy to measure using a counter or an oscilloscope. But once we need to do some circuit calculations, we must convert the frequency to angular speed.

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So, in essence, frequency is the measure of

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I understand I guess thank you all

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