Essential University Physics: Volume 1 (4th Edition) Clone

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Chapter 11 - Exercises and Problems - Page 209: 60

Answer

L=at

Work Step by Step

We know the two following equations for torque: $\tau = \frac{dL}{dt}$ $ \tau = a + bsin\theta = a + bsin0=a$ Thus, it follows: $dL = a dt \\ \fbox{L=at}$
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