Transforming the velocity of an object from one reference frame to another requires little more than common sense. Let’s see I have a reference frame A and a reference from B. Now I have the velocity of A with respect to B, and the velocity of B with respect to a third reference frame C, then the velocity of A with respect to C will be the sum of the velocity of A with respect to B and the velocity of B with respect to C. In mathematical terms,
For the kinematics of uniform circular motion, just remember how to calculate the centripetal acceleration:
Where is the tangential speed of the object and is the radius of the circle in which the object is moving.