Dynamics

Constant of area velocity for a central force motion of a particle does not imply that_________
a)Equal areas were are swept by the radius vector in equal times.
b)The tangential velocity varies inversely as the length of the radius vectors
c)The angular momentus is conserved
d)The particle should stay in an orbit

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