1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 3. A particle with magnetic dipole moment of magnitude μ (be careful—this is not a magnetic permeability) and spin angular momentum of magnitude S is immersed in a magnetic field of magnitude B. For simplicity, assume that the spin and magnetic-moment vectors (which are either in the same or opposite directions) are perpendicular to the magnetic field. The particle will precess, i.e., its spin angular momentum vector will rotate about the direction of the magnetic field, with angular speed Ωp. Find Ωp, in terms of the properties of the particle and the magnetic field. HINT: Remember that Newton’s Second Law for rotation states that the torque equals the rate of change of angular momentum. 2. Relevant equations I did have to substitute in the variable notation given in the problem for the following equations. Im not entirely sure what equations to use. But I've jotted down these. angular momentum (S)= moment of inertia (I) x angular speed (Ωp) precession angular velocity= T/L= ωr/Iω Magnetic Field: B= mΩp/q b]3. The attempt at a solution[/b] B = mΩp/q = m (S/I)/ q I solve B for Ωp and Ωp= Bq/m μ= q/2m S S is the angular momentum solve μ for q then but that in Ωp equation so I then got: Ωp= B2μ/S Does this make any sense?