Can moment of inertia be derived using just linear dynamics and calculus. Textbooks usually derive moment of inertia using energy equation and and analogy of 1/2mr^2w^2 with 1/2mv^2. I would like to know if it can be approached in a different manner using just linear dynamics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Deriving Moment of Inetia using just linear dynamics

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