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Asked Oct 22, 2019

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A particle of mass m moves in a circle of radius R at a constant speed v as shown. If the motion begins at point Q, determine the angular momentum of the particle about point P as a function of time.

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Step 1

Let *v* be the velocity of the particle at any point M, draw the following figure to analyse the motion of the particle.

Step 2

Write the expression for the angular displacement of the particle at any point on the circle.

Step 3

Write the expression for the position ...

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