Doubt regarding the terms used in the solution

In summary, the terms Lcm and Icm are used in the solution and refer to the angular momentum and moment of inertia of a sphere from the axis passing through the center of mass, respectively. The term cm stands for center of mass and is used in the subscript. The term "suppose the translational velocity of the sphere after it starts rolling, is vο" may be a misprint and should potentially be corrected to v.
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In the solution, the term Lcm and Icm is used. Explain the meaning of these terms? I think cm stands for centre of mass. why that is used in the subscript?does the term angular momentum from the centre of mass of the sphere makes sense? Is the term Lcm and Icm stand for angular momentum of the sphere from the axis passing through the centre of mass of the sphere and moment of inertia of sphere from the axis passing through the centre of mass of the sphere respectively.
 
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tbn032 said:
View attachment 313101 Is the term Lcm and Icm stand for angular momentum of the sphere from the axis passing through the centre of mass of the sphere and moment of inertia of sphere from the axis passing through the centre of mass of the sphere respectively.
Yes.
 
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Also in the solution it is written "suppose the translational velocity of the sphere after it start rolling,is vο"is this a misprint ?, and it should have been written v instead of vο.
 
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tbn032 said:
Also in the solution it is written "suppose the translational velocity of the sphere after it start rolling,is vο"is this a misprint ?, and it should have been written v instead of vο.
Yes!
 

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