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Gyroscope vs Accelerometer

Gyroscope vs Accelerometer
Gyroscope is used for the measurement of angular rotational velocity whereas the accelerometer is able to measure linear acceleration of movement.

Momentum vs Torque

Momentum vs Torque
Torque (moment or moment of force), the word has been derived from Latin which means ‘to twist’. It is a tendency which measures the amount of force which acts upon a body in order to rotate it about a pivot...

Momentum vs Angular Momentum

Momentum vs Angular Momentum
Linear Momentum is basically used to measure the quantity of motion of an object. It can be simply referred to as mass in motion. Linear moment is a product of mass and velocity, and can be generated in both...

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