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  • ...retracts her arms and legs, her [[moment of inertia]] decreases, but her [[angular velocity]] increases to compensate.]] ...tating about an axis is the product of its [[moment of inertia]] and its [[angular velocity]]:
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  • ...ion of the axis about which the rotation takes place. The direction of the angular velocity vector will be along the axis of rotation; in this case (counter-c In [[physics]], the '''angular velocity''' specifies the [[Angular frequency |angular speed]] at which an object is [[rotation |rotating]] along with the directi
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  • ...he vector quantity ''[[angular velocity]]'' which is also known as the '''angular frequency vector''' <math>\vec{\omega}</math>. [[Image:Angularvelocity.svg|thumb|294px|Angular frequency is a measure of how fast an object is rotating]]
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  • '''Angular size''' is a [[measurement]] of how large or small something is using rotat
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  • '''Angular Recording Corporation''' is an [[independent]] [[record label]] that was fi [[Category:Independent record labels|Angular Recording Corporation]]
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  • #redirect [[Angular momentum#Rotational energy]]
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  • Since Angular 6 the change method of mat-select is called "selectionChange" instead of "c [[Category: Angular]]
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  • ...ogical distances. The Universe also seems to have no net [[momentum]] or [[angular momentum]]. The absence of net charge and momentum is expected if the unive ...onservation of [[charge]], conservation of [[momentum]], conservation of [[angular momentum]] and conservation of [[energy]].
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  • | signature_alt = Close-up on a Bengali word handwritten with angular, jaunty letters.
    25 KB (3,670 words) - 06:51, 19 May 2019
  • | [[Ariboflavinosis]], [[glossitis]], [[angular stomatitis]]
    13 KB (1,869 words) - 20:44, 7 October 2018
  • ...intensity (physics)|intensity]], [[polarization]], [[phase]] and orbital [[angular momentum]].
    7 KB (1,071 words) - 22:11, 9 May 2019
  • ...this effect causes the apparent position of stars to move around. From the angular difference in the position of stars,<ref>at most 20.5 [[arcsecond]]s
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  • : <math> I </math> is the [[moment of inertia]] (resistance to angular acceleration or deceleration, equal to the product of the mass and the squa : <math> \omega \ </math> is the [[angular velocity]].
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  • ...ied the unit of (orbital) angular momentum to be ''ħ&nbsp;=&nbsp;h/2π''. Angular momentum theory and quantum physics are thus clearly linked."</ref> It is t * A potential energy is the zero&#8209;frequency angular momentum stored in a [[w:potential flow|potential flux]] of the vacuum.<ref
    10 KB (1,581 words) - 11:04, 28 February 2019
  • ...dinate system]]s such as [[spherical coordinates]] include both linear and angular measurements.
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  • ...used to describe the [[Atomic orbital|orbit]]s of electrons in atoms, the angular momentum of any electron in orbit is always a whole number.<ref>''Scientifi
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  • ...centigrade” was also the Spanish and French language name for a unit of angular measurement (one-hundredth of a right angle) and had a similar meaning in o ...entigrade'' could again mean only the French-language name for the unit of angular measurement.
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  • ...to as '''linear momentum''' which is different from its related subject [[angular momentum]].
    4 KB (702 words) - 14:20, 12 November 2018
  • ...[[charge]], or something that has to be calculated, like [[energy]], or [[angular momentum]]. * [[angular momentum]]
    3 KB (575 words) - 13:36, 26 August 2018
  • ...[gamma ray]]. Gamma rays do not have electrical charge, but they do have [[angular momentum]]. Gamma rays are usually emitted from nuclei just after other typ
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  • [[Image:Torque animation.gif|frame|Relationship between force, torque, and [[angular momentuum|momentum]] vectors in a rotating system]] ...ightandmatter.com/html_books/2cl/ch05/ch05.html a discussion of torque and angular momentum in an online textbook]
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  • ...symbols are simpler and more “squared off”.<ref>This refers to modern angular katakana (カタカナ)</ref> Together Katakana and Hiragana are called...
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  • [[File:Circle_radians.gif|thumb|250px|right|A radian is a unit of angular measure. A turn in a full circle has an angle of 2π radians.]]
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  • ...accretion (matter falling onto the neutron star) can in turn give enough [[angular momentum]] energy to the neutron star to change it into a rotation-powered
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  • | angular_size = 0.84"<ref>Ceres Angular Size @ Feb 2009 Opposition: 974km dia / (1.58319AU * 149 597 870km) * 20626
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  • ...is one or ½. The spin property of particles only denotes the presence of angular momentum. In reality, the particles do not spin.
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  • In [[physics]], '''spin''' is the [[angular momentum|constant rotation]] of an object. ...[[Axis of rotation|axis]]. This tells the amount of rotation that it has. Angular momentum changes with the mass and shape of the object, and with how fast i
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