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Physics 1 Problem Solutions 105

# Physics 1 Problem Solutions 105 - 4 The usual symbols for...

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Chapt. 11 Rotational Kinematics Multiple-Choice Problems 011 qmult 00100 1 4 4 easy deducto-memory: rotational kinematics 1. “Let’s play Jeopardy ! For \$100, the answer is: It is the study of the description of rotational motion or angular motion without reference to forces or torques.” What is , Alex? a) translational dynamics b) rotational dynamics c) translational kinematics d) rotational kinematics e) rotational freight 011 qmult 00110 1 1 3 easy memory: 1-d rotational kinematics 2. The rotational kinematics analog to one-dimensional translational motion is: a) general rotation. b) kernal rotation. c) rotation about a single fixed axis. d) rotation about two axes. e) rotation about three axes. 011 qmult 00120 1 1 1 easy memory: angular displacement 3. A change in angular position of a point is a/an: a) angular displacement. b) angular velocity. c) angular acceleration. d) translational velocity. e) translational acceleration. 011 qmult 00130 1 1 2 easy memory: angular variables
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Unformatted text preview: 4. The usual symbols for the angular kinematic variables angular displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration all for rotational motion around a single ±xed axis are, respectively: a) α , β , γ . b) θ , ω , α . c) θ , α , ω . d) ω , θ , α . e) δ , ǫ , ζ . 011 qmult 00140 1 1 3 easy memory: angular velocity de±ned 5. About a single ±xed axis, ω = lim Δ t → Δ θ Δ t or, if you know calculus, ω = dθ dt is the de±nition of: a) angular displacement. b) angular acceleration. c) angular velocity. d) angular momentum. e) torque. 011 qmult 00150 1 1 2 easy memory: angular acceleration de±ned 6. About a single ±xed axis, α = lim Δ t → Δ ω Δ t or, if you know calculus, α = dω dt is the de±nition of a) angular displacement. b) angular acceleration. c) angular velocity. d) angular momentum. e) torque....
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