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A particle of mass m near the surface of Earth is launched with an initial velocity v0 at an angle θ above the horizontal. Using the origin as the pivot, find the angular momentum when the particle is at the highest point of its trajectory. The z-axis points out of the page.
1. L = mv03/2g sinθ cos2 θ k
2. L = mv03/2g sin2 θ cosθ k
3. L = mv02/2g sin2 θ cosθ k
4. L = - mv02/2g sinθ cos2 θ k
5. L = - mv03/2g sin2 θ cosθ k
6. L = mv02/2g sinθ cosθ k
7. L = - mv02/2g sin2 θ cosθ k
8. L = - mv02/2g tan3 θ k
9. L = mv02/2g tan3 θ k
10. L = - mv02/2g sin θ cos2 θ k
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