This week we continue exploring vector components and how we can decompose them into perpendicular components. We look at the Conical Pendulum… or Tetherball problem, and we look at how a point mass can have angular momentum.

**For Tuesday,**

first hour, we look at how a point mass (radius = 0) can have angular momentum**Before Class**

- Please finish PS#7 with MT#2 corrections
- See Angular Momentum of a Pt. Mass
- Please read 7.3 Angular Momentum of a Point Mass
- See Bullet Hits Block Veritassium

**During Class**

- Throw something at me

second hour, we look at the conical pendulum**Before Class**

**During Class**

Practice problems.

Plan video project. Proposed video projects should be posted by Tuesday night, Nov. 15.

**For Thursday,** **under construction below this line. Please ignore until later today (Tuesday)**

first hour,**Before Class**

- I posted rather complete solutions for MT#2
*and*Solutions to PS#7 on the main class website. I spent several hours on it, so please take a look and tell me if my efforts were worth it. - Please see the video on angular momentum: Wheel Kick and Angular Momentum
**Veritassium Which Block Goes Higher?**- See this short video on Angular Momentum and Figure Skating
- Solutions to MT#2 posted on main website, PS#8 solutions posted on main website. Please make sure as soon as possible that you would get all these problems correct if you were to encounter them again.

**In Class**

- Big Exam #7

**After Class**

- Please read and try the problems on PS#8 posted on main website

second hour,**Before Class**

- See video on Slack Lining. Is this how you solved the problem?
- Watch Statics and do problem #1 on PS #8.
- There’s a small amount of new material today, so please take a look at the solutions I posted for MT#2
*and*Solutions to PS#7 on the main class website. I spent several hours on it, so please take a look and tell me if my efforts were worth it.

**During Class**

Practice problems.

- See this video of work on an inclined plane. (3.8 minutes)