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Angular momentum is denoted by “L”.

L = Iω

Where, I = moment of inertia of an object

ω = angular velocity

The dimensional formula for moment of inertia = kg m^2 = M^1 L^2 T^0

And Dimensional formula for angular velocity = rad/sec = M^0 L^0 T^-1

Thus, Dimensional formula for angular momentum = M^1 L^2 T^-1

Therefore, Unit of angular momentum = Kg m^2/sec.

Angular velocity, ω = 7 rad/s

Radius, r = 4 m

Mass, m = 6 kg

So that, Angular momentum, L = I ω

= mr^2 ω

= 6(4)^2 (7)

= 672 Kgm^2s^-1.

Angular velocity, ω = 4 rad/sec

Radius, r = 2 m

Mass, m = 1 Kg

So that, Angular momentum, L = Iω

= mr^2 ω

= 1(2)^2 (4)

= 16 Kgm^2 s^-1