The speed of light can be both calculated and measured. Light waves are formed by mutually interacting orthogonal electric and magnetic fields. Using properties of these electric and magnetic fields, you can arrange the equations of physics into a partial differential equation, called the "wave equation". This equation contains a constant in it, which is the wave-speed of light. It's value is found from other physical constants, and is about 3 106 km/sec. This value was measured in a vacuum and found to be within excellent agreement.
James Clerk Maxwell first theoretically found the speed of light from what is now called the Maxwell equations.
Wave frequency can be calculated by dividing the speed of the wave (if we're talking about electromagnetic waves in vacuum, that would be the speed of light, c) by wavelength.
Average velocity in a direction is calculated as the displacement in that direction divided by the total time taken. As the time interval is reduced, the displacement over that period also reduces and the limiting value of that ratio is the instantaneous velocity.
E=mc2 is derived from the equation for kinetic energy Ke = mv2. The mathematics and concepts of special and general relativity shows that the absolute maximum velocity anything can have is the speed of light. The maximum amount of energy anything can possess is simply calculated from its mass and this maximum velocity squared.
Velocity = Radius x RPM For example if a body of 32 Inches in diameter rotating at 3600 rpm, the velocity is calculated by Velocity = 32/2 * 3600 Velocity = 57,200 inches per minute Velocity = 57,200 Inches/min * 60 Min/Hr * 1ft/12in * 1 mi/5280 ft Velocity = 54.5 miles per hr
Light travels at the speed of light. There is no general velocity of light because velocity is a vector quantity, it also contains a direction and there is no preferred direction for light rays in general. Another answer: The speed of light has been calculated to be 186,000 miles per second.
velocity = frequency x wavelength
Orbital Velocity is calculated in m/s where as angular velocity is calculated in rad/s.. Answer is very clear.. angular velocity is calculated when body is rotating around a axis and a reference point is needed to calculate it.. where as orbital velocity is calculated when body is moving around a bado in circular path, nt around itself... e.g. Earth rotates around so it have angular velocity .. it also rotates around sun in orbit so it has Orbital velocity also :)
the velocity of light is 300000000 m/s
It is calculated as 1/2 mass multiplied by velocity squared
When you have calculated or measured it.
Velocity is displacement/time.
average velocity=displacement/total time taken
As velocity never exceeds the velocity of light.... so i hope a man running with the velocity of light will not be able to throw a ball with any velocity.......... we may get the maximum n minimum velocity with which that can be thrown mathematically that we may get it to be zero................