From degrees to radians
Find the radian measure of the angle . Round your answer to three decimal places.
Angle in radians is
An angle of and we have to convert it in radians.
We already know how to convert an angle to radians by multiplying it by .
The answer will be in radians.
Here is the calculation-
Suppose a point moves along a circle with radius as shown in the figure below. The point travels a distance s along the circle in time .
(a) The angular speed of the point is _______.
(b) The linear speed of the point is _______.
(c) The linear speed and the angular speed are related by the equation _____
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