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Feb
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comment Angular velocity $\omega$ by $v$
But I have one problem with my answer: If I would set the rotation axis in a distance of 2/3 fron the one, and 1/3 from the other - meaning from one girl the distance is L and from the second, the distance is 2L. I would get a diffrent $w$. My way is working beacuse we are talking on center of mass?
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comment Angular velocity $\omega$ by $v$
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