Circular motion radius vector, angular displacement.

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First video lesson on rotation. It all starts with the basic quantity angular displacement....

From PhysicsBrittonFHS

Class XI: Circular Motion SMART SCHOOL is next generation product in the ICT domain. With High Definition 3D videos coupled with eLearning softwares, the product is the next big thing in the eLearning Segment!...

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Consideration of Circular Motion, orbital speed, angular speed, centripetal acceleration and force - with some worked example....

From DrPhysicsA

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What is a vector, what is a scalar....

From Lectures by Walter Lewin. They will make you ♥ Physics.

An explanation for the general choice of wave function to describe a particle in quantum mechanics...

From DrPhysicsA

Illustrates how to use Newton's second law to solve circular motion problems. For a complete index of these videos visit http://www.apphysicslectures.com Here's a Fun Gift Idea for Perfect for Your Mom or Dad or That Fun Uncle or Aunt Who Has Always Te...

From lasseviren1

This lesson shows examples of graphing transformed y = sinx and y = cosx graphs (including changes in period, amplitude, and both vertical & horizontal translations). There is also an example of how to graph y = tanx using the y = sinx and y = cosx funct...

From AlRichards314

For further reading about Rotational and Circular Motion, Please click on the link given below.... http://vedupro.blogspot.in/2013/01/rotational-motion-circular-motion.html ROTATIONAL MOTION -- CIRCULAR MOTION In Rotational (Circular) Motion, The moveme...

From vedupro

Part 1 of example problem of curvilinear motion using radial and transverse components in engineering dynamics....

From structurefree

Why do things change their angular velocity? Soon, you'll know. Oh, and engineers call torques "moments." God love 'em....

From Doc Schuster

A circle is at the foundation of geometry and how its parts relate to each other is both completely logical and a wonder. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/basic-geometry/circum_area_ci...

From Khan Academy