I am walking to the end of the room holding three textbooks.

Playing tug of war

Moving boxes to move out of your house

**Answer:**

**Difference between tangential and angular acceleration are mentioned in points.**

**Explanation:**

We have to find the difference between tangential and angular acceleration:

**Tangential acceleration ** **:**

- Its function is to change the magnitude of velocity.
- Defined as rate of change of linear speed.
- Formula

** Angular acceleration **** :**

- Its the rate of change of angular acceleration.
- Its value is same for different location of the same body.
- It is also the ratio of tangential acceleration and Radius.
- Formula and

To solve this problem we will apply the concepts related to the balance of Forces, the centripetal Force and Newton's second law.

I will also attach a free body diagram that allows a better understanding of the problem.

For there to be a balance between weight and normal strength, these two must be equivalent to the centripetal Force, therefore

Here,

m = Net mass

= Angular velocity

r = Radius

W = Weight

N = Normal Force

The net mass is equivalent to

Then,

Replacing we have then,

Solving to find the angular velocity we have,

Therefore the angular velocity is 0.309rad/s

**Answer:**

**Explanation:**

The motion has two steps so is going to be before and after analysis

Before:

After:

Angular momentum is conserved

There are three main types of subatomic particles: Protons, neutrons, and electrons. The nucleons (particles within the nucleus) are the protons and neutrons. Thus the answer is A.