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The conserved quantity arising from a rotational invariance. Combine with rotational-dynamics for the classical mechanics approach and quantum-mechanics for the QM interpretation

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It appears that both existing answers refer to the cumulative effect of rotations on the orientation of the ball and not to the total angular momentum achieved. As has been pointed out in comments, it …
answered Jul 24 '12 by joriki