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Definitions
 Linear velocity is the distance travelled in a straight line per unit time.
 Angular and linear velocity are both positive if the movement is counterclockwise and negative if the movement is clockwise.
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 Thus, the linear velocity is approximately 70.34 centimeters per second.
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 The angular velocity is still the same, but the linear velocity has doubled, to twelve meters per second.
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 This means that the linear velocity of the disk be larger when the reading or writing the outer tracks.
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 Hence, the linear velocity is not constant.
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 The concepts are similar, but must now concern angular momentum and angular velocity instead of linear momentum and linear velocity.
 In a similar fashion, a spinning object moving at some linear velocity also has helicity, related to the number of rotations per amount of linear travel.
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 We define this as linear velocity in order to introduce a different concept of velocity applicable to rotational motion, known as "angular velocity".
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 Since the bike and the tire are in constant contact, that's also the linear velocity of the pebble in the tire.
 The linear velocity of a rigid body is a vector quantity, equal to the time rate of change of its linear position.
 Linear velocity and acceleration of the scalar world are mapped to the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the world of vectors.
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 In the case of pure circular motion, the angular velocity is equal to linear velocity divided by the radius.
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 In rotations, moment of inertia (I) is like mass (m) in linear motion, and angular velocity (w) is like linear velocity (v) in linear motion.
 Multiply the angular velocity (in rotations per unit time  convert first if you need to) by the circumference to get the linear velocity.
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