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Physics I Class 13. General Rotational Motion. Definitions. Direction of Angular Displacement and Angular Velocity. Use your right hand. Curl your fingers in the direction of the rotation. Out-stretched thumb points in the direction of the angular velocity. Angular Acceleration.

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Physics i class 13
Physics IClass 13

General

Rotational Motion



Direction of angular displacement and angular velocity
Direction of Angular Displacement and Angular Velocity

  • Use your right hand.

  • Curl your fingers in the direction of the rotation.

  • Out-stretched thumb points in the direction of the angular velocity.




Relationships among linear and angular variables
Relationships AmongLinear and Angular Variables



Rotational inertia or moment of inertia
Rotational Inertiaor Moment of Inertia


Characteristics of rotational inertia
Characteristics ofRotational Inertia



Correspondence between linear and rotational motion
Correspondence BetweenLinear and Rotational Motion


Class 13 take away concepts
Class #13Take-Away Concepts


Class 13 problems of the day
Class #13Problems of the Day


Class 13 problems of the day1
Class #13Problems of the Day


Activity 13 introduction to rotation
Activity #13 Introduction to Rotation


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