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Is It Necessary to Express All Angles in Radian While Using the Equation ω = ω0 + at ? - Physics

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ConceptExamples of Circular Motion (Vehicle on a Level Circular Road, Vehicle on a Banked Road)

Question

Is it necessary to express all angles in radian while using the equation ω = ω0 + at ?

Solution

No, it is not necessary to express all the angles in radian while using the equation ω = ω0 + at.
If ω (angular velocity) and α (angular acceleration) are in rad/s and rad/s2, respectively, we will get the angle in radian.

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