What is the unit of angular velocity ?
The angle that a circular moving object sweeps per unit time is called angular velocity. Angular velocity is usually denoted by the symbol (omega) and is the SI unit (radians / second). To explain a little logic, let one of the 2 objects rotating around the same point rotate at a radius r and the other at a radius of 2r and complete 1 turn at the same time. For these 2 objects to complete 1 round at the same time, the outer object will travel 2 times faster in proportion to their radius, and this speed relationship is actually the linear velocity of the objects. But what we are looking for is not the way it takes, but how many angles it turns while turning. The fact that these 2 objects complete 1 turn at the same time indicates that they also rotate the same angle, so in this case, we can say that the angular velocities of these 2 objects are equal regardless of the radius. Below are the formulas and explanations for angular velocity.