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a mass m moving with velocity v0 along a line y=-a and away from the origin find the magnitude of angular momentum with respect to origin

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    please answer me fast

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    Angular momentum is calculated as \[L = R \times P \] where R is the position vector and P is the momentum!.. when you want magnitude \[\left| L \right| = rp \sin \theta \] where theta is angle between the position vector and the linear momentum!.. so can you calculate now?

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