anonymous
  • anonymous
What is torque? And what is the formula for calculating Torque?
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anonymous
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What is force?Force is that which causes a change in state of motion.Torque is the analogy of Force in rotational mechanics.It makes a body rotate.It is the rotating effect of a force.\[\tau=I\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
torque =moment of inertia*Angular acceleration(sorry for the above wrong eq)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Torque is an Analog of Force \[\tau = I \alpha \]

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@Yahoo! you could add alpha right?when i typed it in equations option it didnt come
anonymous
  • anonymous
The formula you are probably looking for might also be T = rFsin(theta)
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@JocelynC its another way of representing it.

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