1.5 Applications Angular and Linear Velocity Part 1

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Agenda: Agenda: 0. Homework Roll 1. Whiteboard Warmup 2. Lesson - 1.5 Applications: Angular and Linear Velocity ____________________________________ Homework Roll Roll HW# 1,2 3 3,4 4 5 5 6 6 ____________________________________ Whiteboard Warmup Convert to radians. Convert to degrees. ____________________________________ Lesson - 1.5 Applications: Angular and Linear Velocity Goal: Solve problems involving arc length, angular velocity, and linear velocity. DOD Arc Length: arc length radius of circle central angle (in radians) Angular Displacement: angle of movement Angular Velocity: angular displacement per unit of time. angular velocity Units are usually rpm (revolutions per minute) or rad/sec (radians per second). Tomorrow! You will have a screencast of this. 1.5 Applications: Angular and Linear Velocity Part 1 Monday, August 29, 2011 7:41 AM Ch_1 Page 1

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