A wooden ball is tied by a string to a rod. The Ball is then with constant angular speed. what happens to its linear speed when the length of the string is doubled?

a ) double
b ) reduced
c ) tripled
d ) remains the same

a) double
b)reduced by half
c) tripled
d) remains the same


Well the speed of the wooden ball tied by a string to a rod would be reduced, because it would take more effort since the length of the string attached to the rod was doubled, unless you add more force to the constant angular speed, then the speed of the string would remain the same

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