Bicycle Wheel Demonstration: Practical Uses of Angular Momentum
Young scholars balance a wheel using one of the wooden handles. In this physics lesson, students predict what direction the wheel rotates after the teacher lets it go. They explain how this demonstrates angular momentum.
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