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A 2.50g particle moves in a circle of radius 3.00m. The magnitude of its angular momentum relative to the center of the circle depends on time according to L = (3.5 Nm)t. Find the magnitude of the torque acting on the particle.

I know that:

T = F L

where T = torque

F is the force

L is angular momentum

I feel like this problem is more algebraic than anything. I just need something stable to start from. Pleeeeeeeeaaaase Heeeeeeelp!!

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