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Angular momentum is the product of its moment of inertia and its angular velocity. So can we infer that since angular momentum is conserved then if an object has more moment of inertia then it will have lesser angular velocity and vice versa? Since from common sense we can make out that moment of inertia is rotational resistance and if this resistance is more the angular velocity will be less.