Constant Angular Acceleration

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Constant Angular Acceleration

Constant angular acceleration ( \(\omega\) (Greek symbol omega) ) of an object is the constant rate at which the angle velocity changes with respect to time.

Constant Angular Acceleration Formula

\(\omega_f =  \omega_i  \;+\; \alpha t  \)          \(constant \; angular \; acceleration \;=\; initial \; angular \; velocity \;+\; \left( \; angular \; acceleration  \;\;x\;\;  time \; \right) \)


\(\alpha\) (Greek symbol alpha) = angular acceleration

\(t\) = time

\(\omega_f\) (Greek symbol omega) = constant angular velocity (final)

\(\omega_i\) (Greek symbol omega) = initial angular velocity


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