*theta* **=** *theta-sub-zero*
plus [ *(omega-sub-zero* plus *omega*)
over 2 ] times *t*

This is one of the constant **angular**
acceleration equations. It's the one with no "*alpha"*
in it.

theta[radians] is the angular position of the object at timet.

theta-sub-zero[radians] is the angular position of the object at time 0.

omega-sub-zero[radians-per-second] is the angular velocity of the object at time 0.

omega[radians-per-second] is the angular velocity of the object at time t.

t[seconds] is the time.

**Tip**: Omega is how fast the object is
spinning. You want it in radians per second but it is often given
in revolutions per second or in rpm which means "revolutions
per minute". Convert it to radians per second.

**Pitfall Avoidance Note:** Omega
does **not** have units of m/s.