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- Introduction to rotational dynamics
- Defining torque as a force that causes angular acceleration
- Describe force positions on rotational motion apparatus as providing different torques
- Calculate torque as a product of force and distance with a few door examples

- Conditions for rotational equilibrium: the see-saw problem
- Determine positions of people on see saw.
- Consider a problem with a movable fulcrum and how the mass of the

- P. 253, 1-6 due
- Go over problems together

- P. 253; 7, 9-10, 17-18 due
- Go over problems together in class

- Rotational dynamics examples

- P. 258; 31-34 due
- Go over problems together in class

- AP Problem set 8-1 due
- Go over problems together in class

- â€‹P. 258, 39-43 due
- Go over problems together in class

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

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

- â€‹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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