Talking About Torque

Unit 7: Rotational Motion - Part II
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Objective: Students will be able to define torque qualitatively and quantitatively and identify its relationship to angular mechanics.

Big Idea: Why are door knobs located opposite of hinges on a door? Today, students answer this question and explore torque.

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