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    Can anyone provide the answer for the following problem?

    L and ω are related by the equation

    L = mR2ω

    where all the other quantities in the equation are constant.

    What is the gradient of a graph in which L is plotted against ω?

    gradient =


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    Hi
    Quote Originally Posted by stanton13 View Post
    L and ω are related by the equation

    L = mR2ω

    where all the other quantities in the equation are constant.

    What is the gradient of a graph in which L is plotted against ω?

    gradient =
    The gradient of L is \frac{\mathrm{d}L}{\mathrm{d}\omega}=\frac{\mathrm  {d}}{\mathrm{d}\omega}\left( mr^2\omega\right)=\ldots (remember that neither m nor r depends on \omega)
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