Table of Contents

- 1 What is the angular velocity of the minute hand of a clock What is the linear velocity of the tip of the hour hand if it is 2 cm long?
- 2 What is the angular velocity of the minute hand of a clock What is its angular displacement in 20 minutes?
- 3 What is the example of linear velocity?
- 4 What is the ratio of angular velocity of hour hand of a clock to that of a geostationary satellite?
- 5 What is the angular displacement of minute hand?
- 6 What is linear speed?
- 7 What is the position of the minute hand on the clock?
- 8 What is the degree of each minute on a clock?

## What is the angular velocity of the minute hand of a clock What is the linear velocity of the tip of the hour hand if it is 2 cm long?

Given: R = 5 cm = 5 × 10−2 m T = 1h = 3600 s For the minute hand of the clock i. The angular velocity is 1.74 × 10–3 rad/s. ii. The linear velocity of the tip is 8.7 × 10–5 m/s.

### What is the angular velocity of the minute hand of a clock What is its angular displacement in 20 minutes?

w=2×3.14/ 3600=0.00174 rad/sec.

#### What is the example of linear velocity?

Linear velocity is defined as distance over a period of time. For instance if a person ran 1 mile or approximately 1600 meters in 7 minutes, the they would have covered about 230 meters per minute.

**What is the angular velocity of the minute hand of a clock?**

Hence, the angular velocity of the minute hand on a clock is π1800rad/s.

**What is the linear speed of tip of a second’s hand of a clock if second hands 4 cm long?**

Linear speed = 0.00523m/sec.

## What is the ratio of angular velocity of hour hand of a clock to that of a geostationary satellite?

ωHωE=2π122π24=2412=2:1.

### What is the angular displacement of minute hand?

It is simple: In 60 minutes, the minute hands makes a full revolution of 360 degrees. So in 20 minutes it revolves one third, or 120 degrees. It is simple: In 60 minutes, the minute hands makes a full revolution of 360 degrees. So in 20 minutes it revolves one third, or 120 degrees.

#### What is linear speed?

Linear speed is measured in distance units per unit time (e.g. feet per second). The word linear is used because straightening out the arc traveled by the object along the circle results in a line of the same length, so that the usual definition of speed as distance over time can be used.

**What is the linear velocity of the tip of the hour hand?**

Linear velocity of tip of hour hand of length 0.06 m. Enjoy ! Presumably the question wants the linear tangential speed of the tip of the hour hand. To get that you want the average angular speed of the hand… guessing a 12 hour clock, then, the tip sweeps 2*pi radians in 12 hours… that tells you the angular speed w … the linear speed is v = rw.

**What is the angular velocity of the hour hand of a clock?**

So for hour hand of a clock to rotate 360° or 2π radian it takes total 12 hours or (12*60) minutes or ( 12*60*60) seconds. The angular velocity of the hour hand of a clock = 30 deg/60 min = 30 deg/hr = 0.5 deg/min = 0.008333 deg/sec. What are some simple steps I can take to protect my privacy online?

## What is the position of the minute hand on the clock?

The minute hand on the clock will point at 15 minutes, allowing us to calculate it’s position on the circle. Since there are 12 hours on the clock, each hour mark is 30 degrees.

### What is the degree of each minute on a clock?

Since there are 60 minutes on a clock, each minute mark is 6 degrees. The minute hand on the clock will point at 15 minutes, allowing us to calculate it’s position on the circle. Since there are 12 hours on the clock, each hour mark is 30 degrees.