by Jared Rovny

Physics has never been so easy!

This course covers different types of equilibrium, and includes a discussion of rotational forces, or torques. Jared Rovny, an expert in preparing students for their MCAT exam, discusses what torque is, how it is related to force, and what the different sorts of equilibrium are.

You will learn how to calculate torque in a given situation, as well as how to solve torque problems in equilibrium. Learn what static and dynamic equilibrium are, and how they apply to both rotational and non-rotational situations.

Learn about:

  • Difference between Static and Dynamic Equilibrium
  • Definition of Torque and Rotational Equilibrium
  • Rotational Equilibrium Problems

Your tutor is Jared Rovny, an experienced Yale graduate student who has been preparing students for their MCAT for years. He will make you understand even the most complicated physical concepts and ace your test scores.

Start learning with Lecturio today. Study self-paced and with high-yield content like high quality video lectures, topic reviews to summarize what you've seen in the videos and test yourself with tricky quiz questions.

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Course Details

  • Videos 4
  • Duration 0:25 h
  • Quiz questions 14
  • Concept Pages 1


Your Educators of course Equilibrium

 Jared Rovny

Jared Rovny

Dr. Jared Rovny has been a Lecturer at Yale University in Connecticut, USA since 2013.
He obtained his PhD in Physics from Yale University in 2019. He was awarded the D. Allan Bromley Graduate Fellowship in Physics in 2019 and the Princeton Quantum Institute Postdoctoral Fellow in 2020.
Currently, he works with Yale's Center for Teaching and Learning at Yale University.
Due to his achievements, he earned the Yale College Prize Teaching Fellowship for his work in PHYS 171 (University Physics for the Life Sciences).
Within Lecturio, Dr. Rovny teaches courses on Physics.

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Gravity masses
By Anayaa A. on 08. November 2019 for Center of Gravity

All the masses are added up of objects, divided by it!!!