Posted by **naf** on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 5:35pm.

Three joggers are running along straight lines as follows: Jogger A, with a mass of 55.2kg, is traveling along the line y=6.00m at 3.45 m/s in the positive x-direction. Jogger B, with a mass of 62.4kg, is traveling at 4.23 m/s along the line x=3.00m in the positive y-direction. Jogger C, with a mass of 72.1kg, is traveling at 4.75 m/s along the line x=-5.00m in the negative y-direction. What is the total counterclockwise angular momentum of the three joggers about the origin?

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