Ch 27: Systems of Particles & Rotational Motion

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Systems of Particles & Rotational Motion - Chapter Summary

Find all the resources you need to gain a complete understanding of the systems of particles and rotational motion in one convenient location! This chapter offers entertaining lessons, short quizzes, a practice exam and more to help strengthen your comprehension of rotational kinematics, the principle of moments, angular momentum and much more. Utilizing these resources will enable you to:

• Differentiate between center of mass and center of gravity
• Define rotational kinematics
• Explain the relationship between torque and angular momentum
• Share details about the principle of moments
• Provide the definition of the parallel axis theorem, and explain how it is used
• Discuss torque and its relationship with rotational dynamics
• Describe the moment of inertia
• List differences between angular momentum and linear momentum

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