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If the linear velocity $\vec V$ is given by $$\vec V = x^2y\,\hat i + xyz\,\hat j – yz^2\,\hat k$$

The angular velocity $\vec \omega$ at the point $(1, 1, -1)$ is ________
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As i'm not sure about this still, i think this may be true

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