Table of Contents

- 1 How do you find the angular speed of a minute hand?
- 2 What is the angular velocity of a minute hand clock?
- 3 Which minute hand has a larger angular speed?
- 4 What is the angular speed of the minute hand of a clock if the minute hand is 5 cm long What is the linear speed of its tip?
- 5 What is the velocity of a clock?
- 6 What is the velocity of clock hands?
- 7 What is the angular displacement of the wheel between T 5 S and T 15s?
- 8 What is the length of the minute hand of a clock?
- 9 What is the tangential velocity of the minute hand?

## How do you find the angular speed of a minute hand?

There are 2*pi radians in a complete circle, so imagine the minute hand moving around a circular clock. It completes a full rotation around that circular clock in 60 minutes. So the angular speed of the minute hand is 2 * pi / 60 = pi / 30 = (approximately) 0.10472 radians/minute.

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

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

#### Which minute hand has a larger angular speed?

Answer: Both have the same ω = 2π rad/3600 s . The minute hand of Big Ben has the larger tangential speed, since v = ω r.

**What is the angular position in radians of the minute hand of a clock at 3 30?**

We’ll also assume that the minute hand makes an angle of 180° when it moves from 3 to 9. At 3:30, the minute hand is at 6 of hour. From zero reference, the minute hand will make an angle of 270° at this point. The angular position in radians of the minute hand of a clock at 3:30 is 4.

**How do you find the angular speed of a clock?**

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. Angular velocity is ratio of angle moved to time taken. In one rotational angle moved will be 2π radian and time will be equal to time period T.

## What is the angular speed of the minute hand of a clock if the minute hand is 5 cm long What is the linear speed of its tip?

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 velocity of a clock?

#### What is the velocity of clock hands?

The minute hand has an angular velocity of 1/60th RPM. The Hour hand has an angular velocity of 1/1440 of an RPM. By the way an RPM is 2 Pi radians per minute.

**What’s the speed of minute hand?**

Relative Movement As we have seen, the hour hand completes 0.5 degrees in 1 minute and the minute hand completes 6 degrees per minute, making the relative speed of the minute hand 5.5 degrees per minute.

**What is the angular speed of a minute hand of a clock in degrees per second?**

The angular speed of the minute hand of a clock in degrees per second is 0.1.

## What is the angular displacement of the wheel between T 5 S and T 15s?

So the angular displacement of the wheel between t = 5 s and t = 15 s is 25 rad.

### What is the length of the minute hand of a clock?

The minute hand of a large clock is 0.50 m long. (A) Calculate its linear speed at its tip The minute hand of a large clock is 0.50 m long. the minute hand of a large clock is 2 m long. what is its mean angular speed? the minute hand of a clock is 6cm long how far does the end of the hand travel in 35 minute

#### What is the tangential velocity of the minute hand?

The minute hand has an angular velocity of 1/60th RPM. The Hour hand has an angular velocity of 1/1440 of an RPM. By the way an RPM is 2 Pi radians per minute. And the tangential velocity cannot be computed without knowing the length of the radius of the hand.

**What is the linear speed of the tip of the minute hand?**

If the minute hand is 5 sec long. What is the linear speed of its tip? For minute hand T = 60 min= 60×60 s. Was this answer helpful?