1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A ball of mass m is attached via a rod of length x to an axle that rotates with angular velocity ω. You can consider the ball to be a point mass. m = 5 kg, x = 0.3 m, y = 0.4 m, ω= 30 rad/s (a) What is the linear momentum (direction and magnitude) of the ball? (b) What is the angular momentum (direction and magnitude) of the ball about point A? I've included a diagram I made.The top ball has mass m = 5 kg and the bottom ball A is rotating with angular velocity ω. Hopefully that diagram makes sense... 2. Relevant equations I = mr2 L=Iω p=mv v=rω 3. The attempt at a solution (a) p=mv v=rω=0.3m*30rad/s=9m/s p=5kg*9m/s=45kgm/s clockwise (b) L=Iω L=mr2ω This is where I am confused. It would be easy to calculate if A wasn't rotating but how do I . calculate the angular momentum of the ball about point A given the fact that A is rotating?