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# Attached rod rotation

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1) For the image shown calculate the magnitude of vA in mm/s.
2) For the image shown calculate the magnitude of vB in mm/s
3) For the image shown calculate the magnitude of vB/A in mm/s
4) For the image shown calculate the magnitude of ω in rad/s

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This solution provides steps necessary to determine the angular velocity of each question.

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vA = omega * r = 2*100 = 200 mm/s (horizontal left to right)

vB = omega * r = w * (100 + 200*sin(30)) = 200*w mm/s (horizontal left to ...

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