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In the figure, link $2$ rotates with constant angular velocity $\omega_2$. A slider link $3$ moves outwards with a constant relative velocity $V_{Q/P}$, where $Q$ is a point on slider $3$ and $P$ is a point on link $2$. The magnitude and direction of Coriolis component of acceleration is given by

  1. $2 \omega_2$ $V_{Q/P}$; direction of $V_{Q/P}$ rotated by $90^o$ in the direction of $\omega_2$
  2. $\omega_2$ $V_{Q/P}$; direction of $V_{Q/P}$ rotated by $90^o$ in the direction of $\omega_2$
  3. $2 \omega_2$ $V_{Q/P}$; direction of $V_{Q/P}$ rotated by $90^o$ opposite to the direction of $\omega_2$
  4. $\omega_2$ $V_{Q/P}$; direction of $V_{Q/P}$ rotated by $90^o$ opposite to the direction of $\omega_2$
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