Newton's second law:
Torque in rotational motion is analogous to Force in linear motion. Newton’s second law holds for rotational motion as well. A net torque applied to an object causes
A. linear acceleration of the object.
B. The object to rotate at a constant rate.
C. The angular velocity of the object to change.
D. The moment of inertia of the object to change.
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