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        A particle completes 1.5 revolution in a circular path of radius 2 centimetre the angular displacement of particle will be (in radian)
2 years ago

jitender
114 Points
							Angular displacement , ¤ = 2£NWhere £ = 3.14 = 22/7 = pieAnd N= no. Of revolutions.Now N=1.5 =3/2¤=2£3/2=3£ = 9.42 rad

2 years ago
Arun
23492 Points
							Dear Shubham As angular displacement = $\theta$ = angle moved1.5 revolutions = 1 full revolution and 1/2 revolutionBut 1 full revolution = 2 $\large \pi$ readian Hence total angle covered = 2$\large \pi$ + $\large \pi$ = 3$\large \pi$ radian Hence angular displacement = 3 $\large \pi$ radian RegardsArun (askIITians forum expert)

2 years ago
Abhay
13 Points
							It is very simple..It can be done by unitary method!We know, 1 revolution  =   2π radiansSo,  10 radian  =   1/2π×10                          =     5/π Radian HOPE YOU GOT THE EASIEST WAY !!!! 👍

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