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Asked by harinder | 26th Nov, 2008, 11:59: AM

Expert Answer:

Angular momentum (L)  for a body having a moment of inertia I and moving with an angular velocity, ω, is given by 

L = I.ω

Angular momentum of a particle about an axis is given by the vector product , L =r x p, where r  is the distance vector of the point from the axis and p its momentum.

( PLS. NOTE : In the equation, L = r x p, all symbols will have vector notation. )

Answered by  | 27th Nov, 2008, 12:08: AM

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