You have finished the 1st half of Rotation! We have been through the unblurred points in the lists below. Continue to Rotation 2 to complete the **Rotation** discipline.

All learned properties and mechanisms are stored as memories on your profile, where you can always go to brush them up. If you struggle with any topics in the tests, the Existence classroom is a great place to seek aid.

New properties |

Angular position | $\vec \theta$ |

Angular velocity | $\vec \omega$ |

Angular acceleration | $\vec \alpha$ |

Torque | $\vec \tau$ |

Moment-of-inertia | $I$ |

New mechanisms |

Definitions | $$\vec \omega=\vec \theta'$$ |

$$\vec \alpha=\vec \omega'$$ |

$$\vec \tau=\vec r \times \vec F$$ |

$$I=\sum mr^2$$ |

Angular motion equations | $$\omega=\omega_0+\alpha t$$ |

$$\theta=\theta_0+\omega_0t+\frac12\alpha t^2$$ |

$$\omega^2=\omega_0^2+2\alpha (\theta-\theta_0)$$ |

$$\theta=\theta_0+\frac12(\omega+\omega_0)t$$ |

Newton's 1st and 2nd law in rotation | $$\sum\vec \tau=0$$ |

$$\sum\vec \tau=I\vec\alpha$$ |

Parallel-axis theorem | $$I=I_\text{com}+md^2$$ |

New phenomena |

Geometric bonds | $$s=r\theta$$ |

$$v=r\omega$$ |

$$a=r\alpha$$ |

Centre-of-mass | $$\vec r_\text{com}=\frac{\sum m\vec r}{\sum m}$$ |

Rolling | |

Pulleys | |