seems crazy! but what if there is vx and vy?r is it a vector?
w*r can be a cross product?
It would help if you defined your symbols.
This wikipedia article should help: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angular_velocity
(see the part about particle motion in 3 dimensions...)
yes, yes, means that v=wr gives v in one dimension, right!
I want to calculate relative velocity, v1 = v + wr - ( v' + w'r' ) ; since that v is in 2d(v for x and y in euclidean space, as a vector velocity);
But the wikipedia page also shows the vector equation:
isn't it like:
Separate names with a comma.