I have studied that a finite angular displacement $\triangle \theta$ is a scalar. But, $\delta \vec \theta$ is a vector. Now, when it is a uniformly accelerated motion we are dealing with, we use ...
Triangle defined by points OA, OB and OC : (-i,3 j,-4 k), (i,2 j,2 k) and (3 i,7 j,- k) where i, j, k are unit vectors along x,y,z axis. Point mass is placed at OA. Triangle rotates with angular ...
please look at the fig first 1) How can you claim that the triangle ABC is same as the triangle PQR? 2) How can you claim that the angle between V1 and V2 is same as the angle between AC and AB? ...
I am currently reading about angular position, angular velocity, and angular acceleration. I came across this paragraph that was particularly confusing, and was wondering if someone could perhaps help ...
Does anyone have an intuitive explanation of why this is the case?