Here are seven particles each with the same magnitude of momentum || = 26 kg · m/s but with different directions of momentum and different positions relative to location A. The distances shown in the diagram have these values: w = 16 m, h = 24 m, and d = 23 m. Calculate the z component of angular momentum LAz for each particle (x to the right, y up, z out of the page). Make sure you give the correct sign. (1) LAz = kg · m2/s (2) LAz = kg · m2/s (3) LAz = kg · m2/s (4) LAz = kg · m2/s (5) LAz = kg · m2/s (6) LAz = kg · m2/s (7) LAz = kg · m2/s I know LA = P X R...but i'm not sure what i should use for R? Thanks for your help!!