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R2-1 Physics I Review 2 Review Notes Exam 2
R2-3 Work for Constant Force
R2-4 Vector Dot Product
R2-5 Work for Variable Force
R2-6 Work-Energy Theorem
R2-7 Class #10 Take-Away Concepts
R2-8 Does work depend on the path? Conservative Forces
R2-9 Conservative Forces Non-Conservative Forces
R2-10 Conservative Forces and Potential Energy
R2-11 Two Common Potential Energy Functions in Physics 1
R2-12 Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, and Conservation of Energy
R2-13 Example Problem Skateboarder Going Up a Ramp
R2-14 Class #11 Take-Away Concepts
R2-15 Is Mechanical Energy Always Conserved?
R2-16 Example of Energy Lost to Friction (Non-Conservative Force)
R2-17 Example of Energy Lost to Friction (Non-Conservative Force)
R2-18 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
R2-19 Elastic Collisions in One Dimension
R2-20 Elastic Collisions in One Dimension
R2-21 Elastic Collisions in One Dimension - Example
R2-22 Class #12 Take-Away Concepts
R2-24 Direction of Angular Displacement and Angular Velocity Use your right hand. Curl your fingers in the direction of the rotation. Out-stretched thumb points in the direction of the angular velocity.
R2-25 Angular Acceleration
R2-26 Equations for Constant
R2-27 Relationships Among Linear and Angular Variables
R2-28 Energy in Rotation
R2-29 Moment of Inertia
R2-30 Correspondence Between Linear and Rotational Motion
R2-31 Class #13 Take-Away Concepts
R2-32 Review of Torque
R2-33 The Vector Cross Product
R2-34 The Vector Cross Product
R2-35 Torque as a Cross Product
R2-36 Angular Momentum of a Particle
R2-37 Class #14 Take-Away Concepts
R2-38 How Does Angular Momentum of a Particle Change with Time?
R2-39 Angular Momentum of a Particle: Does It Change if = 0?
R2-40 Conservation of Angular Momentum
R2-41 Class #15 Take-Away Concepts
R2-42 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-43 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-44 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-45 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-46 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-47 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-48 Formula Sheet Organization
R2-49 Formula Sheet Organization
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