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1. The conservation of angular momentum. If you have two discs rotating on the same fixed rigid axis, will these nullify each other? I.e. Create no net angular momentum?

2. How / is it possible to convert angular momentum to linear momentum in the sense to be able to find the an equivalent linear displacement that could be produced?

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# Conservation of angular momentum & linear momentum

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