1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find net angular momentum for a soccer ball (moment of inertia=2/3mr^2) that's going 3.6 m/s to the right and 28.5 radians per second clockwise at the same time. R=0.142 m m=0.678 kg 2. Relevant equations L=(perpendicular component of r)mv L=Iw 3. The attempt at a solution L=rmvsinθ, but L also equals I*angular velocity, a rotational analog... What if both a rotational and translational velocity exist? do I add them based on these 2 equations, or what? What about the right-hand rule?