How to derive the equations of circular motion (constant angular acceleration)

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This tutorial goes over how to derive the equations of circular motion when acceleration is constant. They exactly mimic the kinematic equations for linear motion & constant acceleration. The derivation process is essentially exactly the same too, just substituting linear displacement, linear velocity, and linear acceleration for angular displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration.

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