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A disk rotates about an axis through its center. Point A is located on its rim and point B is located exactly one fourth of the way from the center toward the rim. What is the ratio of the angular vel

A disk rotates about an axis through its center. Point A is located on its rim and point B is located exactly one fourth of the way from the center toward the rim. What is the ratio of the angular velocity w A to that of wg, and the tangential
velocity VA to that of velocity VB?
(a) the angular velocity ωA to that of ωB
ωA/ωB=
(b) the tangential velocity VA to that of VB
VA/VB=

A disk rotates about an axis through its center. Point A is located on its rim and point B is located exactly one fourth of the way from the center toward the rim. What is the ratio of the angular velocity w A to that of wg, and the tangential velocity VA to that of velocity VB? (a) the angular velocity ωA to that of ωB ωA/ωB= (b) the tangential velocity VA to that of VB VA/VB=