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When a net torque is applied to a rigid object it always produces a
1. constant acceleration
2. rotational equilibrium
3. constant angular velocity
4. constant angular momentum
5. change in angular velocity

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drwls
5. change in angular velocity (and angular momentum)

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Megan
3. constant angular velocity
When a rigid body is being rotated, every particle within the body will rotate in the same direction, while retaining its original shape. The omega(angular velocity) will remain the same.
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