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Dear Sir/Madam, I have a doubt in rotational mechanics . We have these equations a=r@ ( @=alpha ) and v=rw(w=omega). But shouldn't these be the correct equations. F=ma torque=rF=I@ mar=m(K)^2@ cancelling commom terms we will be getting a=(K)^2@/2 Similarly, rp=L mvr=Iw=m(K)^2w cancelling common terms we will be getting v=(K)^2w/r Thanking you in advance for clearing my doubt

Dear Sir/Madam,
            I have a doubt in rotational mechanics . We have these equations a=r@ ( @=alpha ) and v=rw(w=omega). But shouldn't these be the correct equations.
  F=ma
  torque=rF=I@
             mar=m(K)^2@
      cancelling commom terms we will be getting
               a=(K)^2@/2
 
    Similarly,
           rp=L
           mvr=Iw=m(K)^2w
       cancelling common terms we will be getting
           v=(K)^2w/r
 
Thanking you in advance for clearing my doubt

Grade:12th pass

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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one year ago
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