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L*L/2I represents? (a) Rotational kinetic energy of a particle. (b) Potential energy of a particle (c) Torque on a particle (d) Power

L*L/2I represents?
(a) Rotational kinetic energy of a particle.
(b) Potential energy of a particle
(c) Torque on a particle
(d) Power

Grade:12

1 Answers

Zubin Shah
24 Points
3 years ago
(A) Rotational kinetic energy of a particle 
As it corresponds to the linear kinetic energy formula
p^2/2m 

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