## Question

The dimensions of angular momentum are

### Solution

The angular momentum *L* of a particle with respect to point whose position vector is *r* is given by

Where p is the linear momentum of the moving particle.

∴ Dimensions of *L* = dimension of *r* × dimensions of *p*

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