__Rotation__

**6.01A**- I can represent rotational motion using graphs, written descriptions, and equations. I can apply mathematical models for constant angular acceleration to solve for unknown values. I can translate between rotational and translational motion

**6.02B**- I can use the rotational version of Newton's 2nd law to connect torque, angular acceleration, and moment of inertia for accelerating or static situations. I can use center of mass to determine how the object will translate or rotate.

**6.03A**- I can draw an extended free body diagram.

**6.04B**- I can calculate or compare torques given a force, lever arm, and angle. I can determine direction of torque about any point, including gravitational torque.

**6.05A**- I can describe qualitatively how changing the mass or distribution of mass affects the rotational inertia. I understand that rotational inertia is a property of an object.

**6.06B**- I can recognize the impact of mass, its distribution and angular velocity in the magnitude of rotational kinetic energy. I can include this when applying concepts of conservation of energy.

**6.07B**- I recognize that a change in momentum is caused by an unbalanced external torque applied over a time interval.

**6.08B**- I can apply conservation of angular momentum qualitatively or quantitatively to determine changes in angular velocity or rotational inertia, torques or other relevant information.

**6.09B**- I can solve advanced problems that involve calculations of rotational energy, angular momentum and concepts of energy, forces, momentum, and motion.

__Rotation Playlist__

__Rotation Playlist__