**The two ladybugs have same rotational (angular) speed**

**Explanation:**

The rotational (angular) speed of an object in circular motion is defined as:

where

is the angular displacement

t is the time interval considered

Here we have two ladybugs, which are located at two different distances from the axis. In particular, ladybug 1 is halfway between ladybug 2 and the axis of rotation. However, since they rotate together with the disk, and the disk is a rigid body, every point of the disk cover the same angle in the same time : this means that every point along the disk has the same angular speed, and therefore the two ladybugs also have the same angular speed.

On the other hand, the linear speed of the two ladybugs is different, because it follows the equation:

where r is the distance from the axis: and since the two ladybugs are located at different , they have different linear speed.

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