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nishant
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if a body is rotating forward towards a wall,colides with the wall ofcourse the direction of motion will be reversed,,but what will happen to the rotational motion,if it is given that the infinitely rough
Rotational motion is the movement of an object around an axis or center point.
The factors that affect rotational motion include the mass of the object, the distribution of mass, and the force or torque applied to the object.
Linear motion is movement in a straight line, while rotational motion is movement around an axis. Linear motion can be described by displacement, velocity, and acceleration, while rotational motion can be described by angular displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration.
Angular momentum is a measure of an object's tendency to continue rotating at a constant rate. It is equal to the product of the object's moment of inertia and its angular velocity. In rotational motion, angular momentum is conserved if there is no external torque acting on the object.
Some examples of rotational motion include the spinning of a top, the rotation of a wheel on an axle, the swinging of a pendulum, and the spinning of the Earth on its axis.