How to find the velocity of an object in a circular path?

Posted by rosy5| Posted at Mar 26, 2000 | Categories:
Physics

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LeonoraSienicki

Distance of an object in a circular path is equal to the circumference of the circular path, so the formula to find speed is -
Speed = [latex] frac{2 pi r}{Time} [/latex]
Speed is there because velocity keeps changing continuously, because of the change of direction.

Distance of an object in a circular path is equal to the circumference of the circular path, so the formula to find speed is - Speed = [latex] frac{2 pi r}{Time} [/latex] Speed is there because velocity keeps changing continuously, because of the change of direction.