# A mass  is moving with a constant velocity parallel to the -axis. Its angular momentum with respect to the origin a) Is zero b) Remains constant c) Goes on increasing d) Goes on decreasing

## Question ID - 100515 :- A mass  is moving with a constant velocity parallel to the -axis. Its angular momentum with respect to the origin a) Is zero b) Remains constant c) Goes on increasing d) Goes on decreasing

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(b)

Angular momentum

Monmentum perpendicular distance of line of action of momentum w.r.t.

point of rotation

The quantities on the right side of the equation are not changing. Thus, magnitude is constant

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