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Panda040

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okay so we've gon over it is class but it still confuses me...

some of the forumal's I've remembered are

s=(theta)r (theta)=s/r

anyways I am not sue how to find the tangential velocity and angular velocity what's the difference?

do i have to find the displacement (theta) and plug it into the formula V=Wr to find tangental velocity?

please any help will do I am so lost

the kind of questions I am dealing with are the steriotypical one like

an airplane is on a 3m string (radius) spinning in a horizontal circular path makes one revolution every .51 seconds (time)

and they want to knwo the tangential velocity and the angular velocity and acceleration?

i think this applies to gravity in our other problems like with a satallite orbiting at4.50x10exp6

and they want to know force and acceleration?