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10.7 Gyroscopic Effects: Vector Aspects of Angular Momentum

- The direction as well as magnitude of the momentum can be seen.
- Torque affects direction and magnitude.
- Both have direction and magnitude.
- Both are represented by arrows.
- Both are defined by the right-hand rule to be in the same direction.
- The direction of is the same as the direction of.

- The disk is rotating counterclockwise when viewed from above.
- The right-hand rule is shown in the figure.
- The thumb of your right hand points in the direction of the disk's rotation as shown in the picture.

- The direction of the Torque is the same as the direction of the Torque.

- The woman's left is where the wheel is rotating.
- The person holding the wheel is trying to do the same thing as the figure.
- What happens when she pushes the wheel in a different direction than she expected is quite different.
- The magnitude of the change in the direction of the angular momentum is not changed by this Torque.
- The axis of the wheel has moved in a different direction than expected.

- If you curled your fingers in the direction of the plane, the Torque would be the opposite of the plane.

- In figure (a), a person holding a spinning bike wheel lifts it with her right hand and pushes it down with her left hand in an attempt to rotation the wheel.
- This action creates a problem for her.
- A change in momentum is caused by this Torque.
- The diagram in Figure (b) shows how to add and how to subtract.
- The wheel moves toward the person as she exerts force on it.

- This logic explains the behavior of animals.
- The direction of the Torque is changed, but not its magnitude.

- The gyro precesses around a vertical axis since the Torque is always horizontal.
- The gyro will fall over if it is not spinning, and it will fall over if it is in the direction of the Torque.

- Earth is like a giant wheel.
- Its axis points at Polaris, the North Star.
- Earth is slowly precessing because of the Sun and Moon's shape.

- The supporting force from the stand and the weight of the spinning gyroscope are what are seen in figure a.
- The forces create a horizontal Torque on the gyroscope, which causes a change in momentum that is also horizontal.

- Whether motion is involved or not, energy is a scalar.
- No form of energy has a direction in space and you can see that linear energy is independent of the direction of motion.

- The subscript 0 indicates the initial values in these equations.

- Linear or tangential acceleration refers to changes in the magnitude of velocity but not its direction.

- The farther the force is applied from the pivot, the greater is the angular acceleration.

- An acceleration is obtained if we exert a force on a point mass that is at a distance from a pivot point.

- The Torque is the turning effectiveness of a force.
- The relationship between rotation angle, angular velocity, case, and time is called Torque.

- We get Torque on the left-hand side if we add both sides of the equation.

- There is a relationship between the moment of inertia of an object and the sum of the two variables.
- It's like energy and linear momentum is conserved.
- The general relationship among torque, moment of law is a sign of underlying unity in physical laws.

- When the net external force is zero, linear momentum is the same as it is when the net external force is zero.

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- The flight has gyroscopic effects.
- The engines don't have enough power to put a lot of energy into the blades.

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- The gyro precesses around a vertical axis since the Torque is always horizontal.

- Every rotation phenomenon has a direct translation we would expect.

- The equation is an example of a linear North Star.

- There is a piece of food on the rotating microwave oven plate.
- There are two types of accelerations, centripetal and rotational.

- In circular motion, a tangential acceleration can change through one end.

If you explain your answer, why is this moment of inertia greater than it would be?

- The moment of inertia of the cloud of gas and dust was greater than the moment of rotation of the Earth.

- A small force exerts a large force.
- A large force exerts a small Torque.

- Reducing the mass of the tires and wheel rims is the greatest benefit of reducing the mass of a racing bike.

- An immense cloud of rotating gas and dust contracted under the influence of gravity to form the Earth.

- A ball is going up a ramp.
- The merry-go round goes to the inside.

- A child can jump off a merry-go-round.

- A child gets off a merry-go-round.

Does the merry-go-round bodies move quickly when they flip?

- A component of the force is slowed when the diver extends her limbs before entering the water.

- When there is a global heating trend, there is a tendency to leave the diving board.

- A bolt is being tightened on a satellite.
- The satellite rotates in the same direction as the bolt, and he rotates in a different direction.

- The hockey stick is free to move in any direction if the puck strikes it.

- They are often subjected to large forces.

- A piece of dust can be found on a CD.
- At its peak, a tornado is 60.0 m in diameter and carries from the center, what is the total distance traveled by the 500 km/h winds.

- A car decelerates during a stop.

- You're told that a basketball player spins the ball.

- Yo-yos have a rest of 32 rad/s.

- Assume it to be a ring pulled.

- A motorcycle wheel has two 0.900-m-long arms which are approximately the same size as a ring.

- Zorch, an archenemy of Superman, decided to slow down.

- Opposite force is extended parallel to the equator by the back of the upper arm.
- This muscle in a professional boxer exerts a force that can only be accomplished with a little greater lever arm of 3.00 cm.

- A soccer player extends her lower leg in a kicking motion to show how you follow the steps found in the Problem-Solving Strategy for Rotational Dynamics.

- If 95.0% of is present, calculate the angular acceleration.
- If the effective lever arm is less than 1.90 wheels of a car, what is the force applied to the drive shaft,axle, and rear muscle?

- If you exert a force of 180 N to a wheel, it will act like a disk with a 0.180 m radius.

- The drive shaft has a 3.10 cm radius.

- While punting a football, a kicker rotates his leg about a rod through the hip joint.
- The moment of inertia of the leg is the same as the length.

- The moment of inertia must be calculated.

- Show how you follow the steps of the Problem-Solving Strategy for Rotational Energy.

- The ball must be treated as a spherical shell if 95.0% of its rotational energy is calculated.

- While exercising in a fitness center, a man lies face down on a bench and lifts a weight with one lower leg by contacting the muscles in the back of the upper leg.

- Use the data from that example as needed.

- The force held in a woman's hand is calculated using energy considerations.
- She uses her muscles to stop the merry-go-round in two lower arms.

- R1 is 0.280 m, and R2 is 0.330 m.

- A baseball pitcher throws the ball in a motion where there is rotation of the forearm about the elbow joint as well as other movements.

- Start another incline if you remember the distance at the bottom.

- The second incline always facing Earth has caused the Moon to rotation with one side cylinder taking to reach the height.

- If you exert a force on the second incline, you can start an antique car.

- It is rotating with a moment of inertia as a multiple of, where it is moving at a speed of 0.500 revolutions per minute.
- What is the mass of the object and its radius?

- The child is sleeping.

- Three children are riding on a merry-go hill at a speed of 30.0 m/s.
- If the motorcycle only has an altitude of 28.0 and a weight of 33.0 kilogram, the children have a mass of 22.0.

- If the lever arm is 4.00 of the ice, then he should keep his arms in.

- Consider the work done by a spinning skater.
- She needs to increase her rate of spin.
- If you want to compare the work done with the Moon on their axes to the work done with the Earth's spins, you should use a problem in which you calculate the total angular momentum of in which you calculate the work done with a "force the system including the spins of the Earth

- The Earth's rotation can be affected by tidal drag.

- The moon has one side facing the Earth and the other side facing the other side.

- Each has a mass of 70.0 kg and a center of mass of 0.800 m from their hands.

- Integrated Concepts are those of point masses.

- Skaters approach each other at the same speed.
- Skaters lock hands and spin.

- The final linear velocity of the person is calculated by taking his mass and dividing it by the time the ball is thrown.

- You can treat the ball as a point mass and the person's arms as uniform rods.

- The Earth's axis always makes an angle of 23.5 degrees with the direction of the plane of Earth's orbit.
- The change in momentum for the two positions is large, but the magnitude is the same.

- The overhead view shows a person standing on ice about to catch a ball.
- The arms are extended.
- The skater rotates after catching the ball.

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