angular velocity = theta / t w=18 rotations /1sec * 2π (radians)/ rotation =36π radians/sec notice rotations ...

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...graph paper and label the pictures with the translation (displacement) vector and/or rotation matrix cosθ sinθ -sinθ cosθ Some shapes look the same when ...

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Get one

**rotation**(225 divided by 5) to get the wheel circumference. Then divide that by pi (3.14) to get the diameter.1 Answers · Education & Reference · 06/02/2013

These are three types of symmetry:

**rotation**(turn), reflection (flip), translation (slide)1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 21/04/2008

It seems that you have to find the angular

**rotation**relative to the angular displacement ? So just divide by 2pi examples...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 27/01/2012

22 inches X 3.14(pi)= then divide inches in a mile by the number of the first calculation. Wikipedia will have the distance of a mile.

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assuming you're rotating about the origin, if you rotate 180 degrees, you multiply both the x and y coordinates by -1 so the new coordinates would be (-1,2)

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well, lets say your rotating a triangle. choose a point on your triangle thats the whole thing is going to rotate around. you can label the poins:t A, B, and C. now the triangle will rotate around B. then if you want, trace...

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e^it = cost + i sint rotates by angle t counterclockwise e^i(-t) = cost - i sint rotates by angle t clockwise If you want matrices, counterclockwise would be [cost -sint] [ sint cost] and clockwise would be [cost sint] [-sint cost]

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R_90° (x,y) → (-y,x) R_180° (x,y) → (-x,-y) R_270° (x,y) → (y,-x) Good luck!

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