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im just talking in general about conservation of linear momentum, angular momentum, mechanical energy, etc.
So, for angular momentum, if angular momentum is constant, then initial angular momentum = final angular momentum.
But, what if there is a net torque? How do you take that into account when calculating the final angular momentum?
So, for angular momentum, if angular momentum is constant, then initial angular momentum = final angular momentum.
But, what if there is a net torque? How do you take that into account when calculating the final angular momentum?