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Topic: radians problem!
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radians problem!
Posted: Sep 26, 2006 12:45 PM
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If you want to find the angular space, (w) you use the formula w = v/r where v = linear speed and r = the radious. And that is m/s over m. So the meters would cancel out, leaving only seconds. But the answer is radians/seconds!! Where do the radians come from!!
please answer really fast!

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