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If I apply force on a rigid cube, I can find the torque τ as:

τ = F x r

Now, from torque τ I can know about the axis of rotation but how much should I rotate the cube. How can I find the angular velocity ω from torque τ? Or is there any other way by which I can find how much the object rotates every second?

Thank you.

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# How to find angular velocity from torque?

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