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therefore ω=v/r

but what if i have ω^2 ( to the power of 2 )

does ω^2=v^2/r^2

or does it eqaul ω^2=(v/r)^2

many thanks, this is really bugging me and preventing me solve a problem since im not in class

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therefore ω=v/r

but what if i have ω^2 ( to the power of 2 )

does ω^2=v^2/r^2

or does it eqaul ω^2=(v/r)^2

many thanks, this is really bugging me and preventing me solve a problem since im not in class

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it's same. moreover, if you are getting confused check it dimensionally.

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of course of course, thank you, gawd this is a hard problem im working on, just making sure all the particulars are in the right place and where they should be as im not managing to solve this at all, ill carry on though lol. thanks dude

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They are the same.

therefore ω=v/r

but what if i have ω^2 ( to the power of 2 )

does ω^2=v^2/r^2

or does it eqaul ω^2=(v/r)^2

many thanks, this is really bugging me and preventing me solve a problem since im not in class

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Also this has nothing to do with "Linear and Abstract Algebra" so I am moving it to "General Math".

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