Velocity of center of mass calculator

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**Mass**in lbs or kg W = weight or**mass****of**revolving body in lbs or kg v =**velocity**at radius R on body in ft/sec or m/sec g = acceleration due to gravity = 32.16 ft/ sec/sec R = perpendicular distance in feet or meters from axis of rotation to**center****of****mass**, or for practical use, to**center****of**gravity of revolving body - Hello, I need help with
**calculating**angular and CM (**center of mass**)**velocity**of a rolling ball. The ball is rolling on an inclined surface. What I have: - CM**velocity**(**velocity**of a ball itself) - Angular**velocity**( w ) - Coefficient of friction ( coeff ) - - Therefore, the angular
**velocity**is 1.618.**Calculating**the Radius (r) when the Centrifugal Force,**Mass**of the body (m) and Angular**Velocity**is Given. r = F / mw 2. Where; r = radius F = Centrifugal Force ω = angular**velocity**m =**mass**of the body. Let’s solve an example; - Hello, I need help with calculating angular and CM (
**center****of****mass**)**velocity****of**a rolling ball. The ball is rolling on an inclined surface. What I have: - CM**velocity**(**velocity****of**a ball itself) - Angular**velocity**( w ) - Coefficient of friction ( coeff ) - Normal of a plane What I need to get: - New**velocity****of****center****of****mass**(ball itself) - New angular**velocity**I have already implemented ... - We conveniently place the origin in the
**center**of Pluto so that its location is xP=0. Then, for Charon, xC=19570 km. Now, since we know the value of both masses, we can**calculate**the weighted average of the their positions: Cx=m1x1+m2x2m1+m2=131021kg (0)+1,591021kg (19570 km)131021kg+1,591021=2132,7 km.