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The magnitude of displacement of a particle moving in a circle of radius 'a' with constant anular speed 'w'(omega)varies with time 't' as?ans.2asin(wt/2)

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Dear Umme

Anglular displacement = wt

so displacement equal to length of chord with making wt at centra

So make perpendicular from centre

sin wt/2 = (displacement/2)/a

=> displacement = 2asin(wt/2)

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