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Displacement of a particle (y)=rsin(wt-theta), where w=angular velocity,t=time. Find the velocity and acceleration. P.S.- Take wt-theta as ‘u’

Displacement of a particle (y)=rsin(wt-theta), where w=angular velocity,t=time.
Find the velocity and acceleration.
P.S.- Take wt-theta as ‘u’

Grade:11

1 Answers

Sandeep Bhamoo
443 Points
3 years ago
Velocity= dy/dt =rw cos( wt-u) and acceleration= dv/dt= -rw²sin(wt-u). Please do approve my answer if correctly solved and represented { i have taken theta as "u"}

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