• ### C.1. Circular Motion and Rotation

3. #### C.1.1. Uniform Circular Motion

1. C.1.1.O. Overview
2. C.1.1.1. Determining the period, T, of an object in circular motion
3. C.1.1.2. Determining the velocity of an object using v = 2πr/T
4. C.1.1.3. Determining the centripetal force acting on an object using Fc = (mv2) /r
5. C.1.1.4. Determining the centripetal acceleration of an object using a = v2/r
4. #### C.1.2. Center of Mass

1. C.1.2.O. Overview
2. C.1.2.1. Determining the center of mass for objects positioned along the same straight line
3. C.1.2.2. Determining the x- and y-coordinates of the center of mass for objects.
5. #### C.1.3. Torque

1. C.1.3.O. Overview
2. C.1.3.1. Calculating the magnitude of the torque of F using τ = rFsinθ or τ = rF
3. C.1.3.2. Calculating the net torque on an object with multiple forces acting on it
6. #### C.1.4. Rotational Kinematics

1. C.1.4.O. Overview
2. C.1.4.1. Calculating the average angular velocity
3. C.1.4.2. Calculating the average angular acceleration
7. #### C.1.5. Angular Momentum

1. C.1.5.O. Overview
2. C.1.5.1. Determining the angular momentum using the equation L = rmv
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• ### C.2. Gravitation

4. #### C.2.2. Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion

1. C.2.2.O. Overview
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