# Average Angular Velocity Change in Velocity

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

When an object makes changes in its angular velocity at different times that is an average angular velocity of any given velocities.

## Average Angular Velocity change in Velocity formulas

 $$\large{ \bar {\omega} = \frac { \omega_t } { t_t } }$$ $$\large{ \bar {\omega} \;= \; \frac { \omega_1 \;+\; \omega_2 \;+\; \omega_3 ... \omega_n } { t_1 \;+\; t_2 \;+\; t_3 ... t_n } }$$

### Where:

$$\large{ \bar {\omega} }$$   (Greek symbol omega) = average angular velocity

$$\large{ \omega }$$   (Greek symbol omega) = angular velocity

$$\large{ \omega_t }$$   (Greek symbol omega) = total angular velocity

$$\large{ t }$$ = time

$$\large{ t_t }$$ = total time