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The sketch shows the top view of a merry-go-round which is rotating clockwise. A child jumps on the merry-go-round in three different ways: the child lands the same distance from the center. Compare the magnitudes of the final angular momenta of the merry-go-round.
I) from the left,
II) from the top, and
III) from the right. For all three cases,
1. LI = LII < LIII
2. LI > LII > LIII
3. LI = LII > LIII
4. LIII > LI > LII
5. LI = LIII < LII
6. LII > LI > LIII
7. LI = LIII > LII
8. LIII > LII > LI
9. LII > LIII > LI
10. LI > LIII > LII
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