Contents

- 1 What is 2pi angular velocity?
- 2 What does 2 pi r/t mean?
- 3 What does mv 2 R mean?
- 4 What is the velocity formula for uniform circular motion?
- 5 What is difference between UCM and non UCM?
- 6 What is the angular speed of 60 Hz?
- 7 Why is circumference 2pir?
- 8 What formula is 2 pi r?
- 9 Why is centrifugal force mv2 R?
- 10 What is the formula of uniform motion?

## What is 2pi angular velocity?

There exists an important relationship between angular velocity and frequency and it is given by the following formula: angular velocity is equal to the product of the frequency and the constant 2pi. The constant 2pi comes from the fact that one revolution per second is equivalent to 2pi radians per second.

## What does 2 pi r/t mean?

The distance around a circle is equivalent to a circumference and calculated as 2•pi•R where R is the radius. The time for one revolution around the circle is referred to as the period and denoted by the symbol T. Thus the average speed of an object in circular motion is given by the expression 2•pi•R / T.

## What does mv 2 R mean?

CENTRIPETAL FORCE

The force F necessary to keep a body in uniform circular motion is defined as the centripetal force. The magnitude of the force is F = m v2/r and it is directed to the center of rotation.

## What is the velocity formula for uniform circular motion?

Therefore for an object to move along a circular path, there must be an acceleration that will always be perpendicular to the velocity. The circular motion may be uniform as well as non –uniform….a_{rad} = \frac{4{\pi}^2 R}{T^2}

a_{rad} | Radial acceleration |
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T | Time Period |

V | Velocity |

C | Circumference |

## What is difference between UCM and non UCM?

Non-uniform circular motion implies the movement of an object along a circular path with variable speed. Uniform circular motion implies the movement of an object along a circular path with constant speed.

## What is the angular speed of 60 Hz?

Hertz to rad/sec conversion table

Hertz (Hz) | Radian per second (rad/s) |
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50 Hz | 314.16 rad/s |

60 Hz | 376.99rad/s |

70 Hz | 439.82rad/s |

80 Hz | 502.65rad/s |

## Why is circumference 2pir?

It sounds like you are aware of this, but just to clarify: the formulae 2πr and πd for the circumference of the circle are equivalent because the diameter is twice the radius.

## What formula is 2 pi r?

The area of a circle is πr2 and the perimeter (circumference) is 2πr when the radius is ‘r’ units, π is approx 3.14 or 22/7. The circumference and the radius length of a circle are important parameters to find the area of that circle. For a circle with radius ‘r’ and circumference ‘C’: π = Circumference ÷ Diameter.

## Why is centrifugal force mv2 R?

In order for it to follow a circular path without changing speed, a continuous centripetal force must be applied at a right angle to its path. The radius (r) of this circle is equal to the mass (m) times the square of the velocity (v) divided by the centripetal force (F), or r = mv^2/F.

## What is the formula of uniform motion?

Uniform Motion Formula The formula for uniform motion is d = rt, meaning distance is equal to rate times time. d, or distance, refers to the actual length/distance of motion. r, or rate, refers to the speed and will always contain a ratio between distance and time (as in miles per hour).