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Homework Statement:
 Finding the angular momentum along an axis given the eqs of motion
Relevant Equations:

$${\ddot{z} = \frac{g}{1+(\frac{4R}{s})^2}}$$
with s being the distance along z axis after a revolution
given z(0) = 0 as well as
˙z(0)=0
How would one find the angular momentum along the x axis in terms of t.
Currently, I have formulated the following:
$${\ddot{z} = \frac{g}{1+(\frac{4R}{s})^2}}$$
˙z(0)=0
How would one find the angular momentum along the x axis in terms of t.
Currently, I have formulated the following:
$${\ddot{z} = \frac{g}{1+(\frac{4R}{s})^2}}$$
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