Physics Unit 9 - Rotational Kinematics
High School, College, and AP Physics 1
Rotational Kinematics is the first of three courses covering the major topic of "Rotational Motion". Rotational motion is broken up into four sub-units, Kinematics, Dynamic, and Energy & Momentum. Really what we are doing here is breaking down the physics of rotational motion by analyzing and incorporated all of our prior linear motion units.
Rotational motion is a difficult and overwhelming unit for many first year physics students. Try your hardest to slow it down, take notes, and make those connections to our previous units.
In this course we will focus on the kinematics of rotation spending a great deal of time on topics such as angular displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration. We will also explore some strong algebraic relationships and connect Uniformally Accelerated Motion to rotation.
StartUnits 9 -Rotational Kinematics Workbook
Preview1 - Introduction to Rotational Motion (3:30)
Preview2 - Rotational Motion Initial Concepts (6:38)
Start3 - Rotational Kinematics 1 - Angular Displacement (8:22)
Start4 - Rotational Kinematics 2 - Angular Speed (4:14)
Start5 - Rotational Kinematics 3 - Angular Frequency (9:33)
Start6 - Rotational Kinematics 4 - Angular Acceleration (6:51)
Start7 - Rotational Kinematics 5 - Direction (4:36)
Start8 - Rotational Kinematics 6 - UAM (3:56)
Start9 - rotational Kinematics - Centripetal Acceleration and Bridge Equations (10:24)
Start10 - Rotational Kinematics Equations (6:20)
Start11 - Rotational Kinematics Problems MC Part 1 (12:03)
Start12 - Rotational Kinematics Problems MC Part 2 (9:57)
Preview13 - Rotational Kinematics Problems MC2 Part 1 (9:43)
Start14 - Rotational Kinematics Problems MC2 Part 2 (6:44)
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