1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Which of the following is an accurate statement 1) The angular momentum of a moving particle depends on the specific origin with respect to which the angular momentum is calculated. 2) If the torque acting on a particle is zero about an arbitrary origin, then the angular momentum of the particle is also zero about that origin. 3) If the speed of a particle is constant, then the angular momentum of the particle about any specific origin must also be constant. 4) Consider a planet moving in a circular orbit about a star. Even if the planet is spinning it is not possible for its total angular momentum to be zero. 5) A particle moving in a straight line with constant speed necessarily has zero angular momentum. 2. Relevant equations conservation of angular momentum and principles 3. The attempt at a solution i am not sure whether which one is more accurate among 3,4 , could someone lead me on this.