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Is angular momentum is a vector quantity?

Is angular momentum is a vector quantity?

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School: University of Louisville
Department: Physics
Course: Physics
Professor: Raymond chastain
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: momentum, Impulse, Rotational Motion, right hand rule, torque, inertia, Angular Momentum, Chastain, and Physics
Cost: 50
Name: Exam 3 Study Guide: Momentum/Impulse, Rotational Motion, Torque/Inertia, and Angular Momentum
Description: This study guide includes a revised copy of notes from this unit and worked out examples likely to be on the exam. At the end of the study guide is a list of useful formulas from the unit.
Uploaded: 03/27/2016
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Great notes!!! Thanks so much for doing this...



Exam 3 Study Guide


Is angular momentum is a vector quantity?



Saturday, March 26, 2016 4:31 PM

This study guide covers Momentum, Conservation of Momentum, Impulse, Rotational Motion, Torque, Angular Momentum, and Rotational Kinetic Energy

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Why is the total momentum conserved during collisions?



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