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How can we know that in a rotational motion, any torque is applied or not? And where should we apply the conservation of angular momentum?

How can we know that in a rotational motion, any torque is applied or not? And where should we apply the conservation of angular momentum?


 

Grade:11

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mayank
11 Points
8 years ago
FIRST WE SEE THE DIRECTION OF FORCE AND THEN WE SHOULD APPLY T=RXF .HERE R IS PERPENDICULAR DISTANCE FROM LINE OF APPLICATION OF FORCE . CONSERVATION OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM SHOULD APPLIED WHERE NET TORQUE IS CONSERVED

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