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According the Newton's second law of translational and rotational motion respectively if the net external force /torque acting on a body is zero then the linear/angluar momentum is a constant . So when we do conserve them why do we always conserve them in the ground reference frame ? If we do conserve them in a nonintertial reference frame do we have to apply some kind of pseudo force ? ( if yes where and of what ?)

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