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- Introduction to rotational motion
- Defining centripetal acceleration and centripetal force
- Circular motion as constant speed but not constant velocity

- Circular motion as both linear and angular measurements
- Calculating linear speed and angular speed

- Example problem: a record player starts from rest and accelerates to 33 1/3 RPM in 3.5 s. Determine angular acceleration, linear acceleration, centripetal acceleration for the rim of the 30 cm diameter LP, angular displacement, and linear displacement

- Chapter 6 Test

- P. 218, 1-6 due
- Go over problems together in class

- P. 218, 7-11 due
- Go over problems together in class

- Intro. to Circular Motion Lab

- Collect circular motion lab data

- AP Problem set 7-1 due
- Continue collecting circular motion lab data

- P. 219; 15–16, 19–22 due
- Go over problems together

- P. 219 25-28 due
- Go over problems together

- Circular Motinon Lab due
- Universal Law of Gravitation
- Gravity as a centripetal force

- P. 219, 29-34 due
- Go over problems together in class
- Solution to LaGrange point problem

- Kepler's three laws of planetary motion
- Practical examples of the LaGrange point problem

- AP Problem set 7-2 due
- Go over problems together

- Chapter 7 Review due
- Go over problems together

- Chapter 7 Test

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