ANGULAR SPEED WORKSHEET

Problem 1 :

A circular wheel makes 8 revolutions in 20 seconds. Find the angular speed of the wheel in radians per second. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

Problem 2 :

A carousel makes 4 revolutions per minute. Find the angular speed of the carousel in radians per minute. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

Problem 3 :

The drive motor of a Blu-ray player is able to rotate a Blu-ray disc up to 10,000 revolutions per minute. Find the angular speed (in radians per second) of the Blu-ray disc as it rotates. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

Problem 4 :

A computerized spin balance machine rotates a tire at 490 revolutions per minute. Find the angular speed (in radians per hour) of the tire. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

Let θ be the angular distance (in radians) covered in 8 revolutions.

The angular distance (in radians) covered in one revolution is equal to 2π.

Then, the angular distance covered in 8 revolutions :

θ = 8 x 2π

Formula to find the angular speed :

ω = θ/t

Substitute θ = 16π and t = 20.

Let θ be the angular distance (in radians) covered by the carousel in 4 revolutions.

The angular distance (in radians) covered in one revolution is equal to 2π.

Then, the angular distance covered in 4 revolutions :

θ = 4 x 2π

Formula to find the angular speed :

ω = θ/t

Substitute θ = 8π and t = 1.

Let θ be the angular distance (in radians) covered by the Blu-ray disc in 10,000 revolutions.

The angular distance (in radians) covered in one revolution is equal to 2π.

Then, the angular distance covered in 10,000 revolutions in 1 minute :

θ = 10,000 x 2π

Formula to find the angular speed :

ω = θ/t

Substitute θ = 20,000π and t = 1.

We have to convert the above speed from radians per minute to radians per second.

From the above result, it is clear that the angular distance covered in 1 minute is equal to 20,000π radians.

Therefore,

Let θ be the angular distance (in radians) covered by the tire in 490 revolutions.

The angular distance (in radians) covered in one revolution is equal to 2π.

Then, the angular distance covered in 490 revolutions :

θ = 490 x 2π

Formula to find the angular speed :

ω = θ/t

Substitute θ = 980π and t = 1.

We have to convert the above speed from radians per minute to radians per hour.

From the above result, it is clear that the angular distance covered in 1 minute is equal to 980π radians.

60 x 1 minute ----> 60 x 980π radians

Therefore,

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