A brief introduction to rotational kinematics for calculus-based physics courses such as AP Physics C.

Table of Contents:

00:07 - Objectives

01:02 - Radians and Degrees

01:50 - Radians and Degrees

03:02 - Linear vs. Angular Displacement

04:10 - Linear vs. Angular Velocity

05:00 - Direction of Angular Velocity

05:41 - Converting Linear to Angular Velocity

06:50 - Angular Velocity Example

08:09 - Linear vs. Angular Acceleration

08:49 - Angular Acceleration Example

10:53 - Kinematic Variable Parallels

11:30 - Variable Translations

12:10 - Kinematic Equation Parallels

13:03 - Deriving Centripetal Acceleration

13:57 - Deriving Centripetal Acceleration

16:52 - Deriving Centripetal Acceleration

19:45 - More Information

Table of Contents:

00:07 - Objectives

01:02 - Radians and Degrees

01:50 - Radians and Degrees

03:02 - Linear vs. Angular Displacement

04:10 - Linear vs. Angular Velocity

05:00 - Direction of Angular Velocity

05:41 - Converting Linear to Angular Velocity

06:50 - Angular Velocity Example

08:09 - Linear vs. Angular Acceleration

08:49 - Angular Acceleration Example

10:53 - Kinematic Variable Parallels

11:30 - Variable Translations

12:10 - Kinematic Equation Parallels

13:03 - Deriving Centripetal Acceleration

13:57 - Deriving Centripetal Acceleration

16:52 - Deriving Centripetal Acceleration

19:45 - More Information

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