# Answer to Question #17795 in Mechanics | Relativity for Rene Serna

Question #17795

A hammer thrower is performing a throw. The hammer head is 2m away from the axis of rotation

(radius). During a preparatory phase, he rotates the hammer 4 times (4 revolutions) around the axis of

rotation (body). calculate angular displacement in degrees

(radius). During a preparatory phase, he rotates the hammer 4 times (4 revolutions) around the axis of

rotation (body). calculate angular displacement in degrees

Expert's answer

Angular displacement equals to& zero for any whole number of revolutions (in our case we have 4 revolutions, so angular displacement is zero).

Answer: angular displacement equals to zero.

Answer: angular displacement equals to zero.

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