This video shows you how to find or calculate the angular and linear speed of a circle / wheel or a car if given rpm and radius in trigonometry or precalculus. RPM can be rotations per minute or revolutions per minute. It also shows you how to find the linear speed in ft/s or mph given the time it takes for the wheel to complete one or a single revolution. In addition, it shows you how to find the angular speed in rad/s or in rpm given the radius and the linear speed in mph and km/hr.
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