# Angular Impulse & Change in Momentum

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### What do we multiply by a change in time to find an angular impulse?

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### 2. What do we call the measurement of an object's ability to keep spinning?

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Which formulas and equations are used to determine angular impulse and momentum? What is Newton's 2nd law? You must be familiar with these kinds of details in order to do well on this quiz/worksheet assessment.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will do best on this quiz if you are able to:

• State what is multiplied by a change in time to find an angular impulse
• Recognize the formula for Newton's 2nd law
• Select the term that describes the measurement of an object's ability to keep spinning
• Understand the information a particular equation relates
• Identify the formula used to find the relationship between angular impulse and angular momentum

## Skills Practiced

• Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson, such as how angular impulse is found
• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Newton's 2nd law
• Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify specific formulas and equations used in determining angular impulse and momentum

Get more detailed information pertaining to this topic by viewing the lesson called Angular Impulse & Change in Momentum. You will have the opportunity to learn more about the following:

• How impulse is defined in physics
• What torque is
• What an object's moment of inertia is dependent on
• How Newton's 2nd law is rearranged to find how angular impulse and momentum are related
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