Newtons three laws of motion appears to apply only for linear motion:
An object remains at rest or moves in a straight line at uniform velocity unless a force is applied.
Force is mass times acceleration.
Every action causes an equal and opposite reaction.
Is there a rotational equivalence? For example:
1'. Every body rotates around a fixed axis at uniform angular velocity unless a torque is applied
2'. Torque is Moment of Inertia times angular acceleration
3'. When one body exerts a torque on another; there is an equal and opposite torque applied on the first body by the second.
First are these actually correct; if not, what are the correct equivalence; and who formulated them?