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What is limit of the relation between linear and angular accelaration..Precisely speaking where the relation can't be applied.

What is limit of the relation between linear and angular accelaration..Precisely speaking where the relation can't be applied.

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
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12 years ago

Dear student,

The angular acceleration can be defined as either:

{\alpha} = \frac{d{\omega}}{dt} = \frac{d^2{\theta}}{dt^2} , or
{\alpha} = \frac{a_T}{r}

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