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The time integral of a torque is called the angular impulse. (a) Starting from show that the resultant angular impulse equals the change in angular momentum. This is the rotational analogue of the linear impulse-momentum relation. (b) For rotation around a fixed axis, show that

The time integral of a torque is called the angular impulse. (a) Starting from  show that the resultant angular impulse equals the change in angular momentum. This is the rotational analogue of the linear impulse-momentum relation. (b) For rotation around a fixed axis, show that

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Jitender Pal
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