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(2) rotational motion

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  • 1. Rotational Motion
  • 2. Angular Measure
    • Angles are used as a measure of the divergence of two intersecting lines.
    • Radian is the angle subtended by one radius of length stretched out along the circle’s circumference.
  • 3. Angular Velocity
    • Angular velocity is defined as the time rate at which angle is changing.
    Axis of rotation is that line of particles which does not move in a rotating body. (It may be a line in space).
  • 4. Connection between Rotational and Translational Motion
  • 5. Angular Acceleration
    • Angular acceleration is defined as the time rate of change of angular velocity.
  • 6. Tangential and centripetal acceleration
  • 7. Comparison with Linear Motion
  • 8. Reference:
    • Physics for Scientists and Engineers with modern Physics 7 th Edition by Jewett/Serway © 2008 Thompson Learning Inc.