Moment of inertia does not depend upon A. Angular velocity of the body B. Shape and size C. Mass D. Position of the axis of rotation

Answer: A. Angular velocity of the body

Explanation

The moment of inertia is the quantity that determines how much torque is required for a given angular acceleration in a rotating axis. It’s also known as rotational inertia or angular mass.

It depends on

• The material’s density
• The body’s shape and size
• The rotation’s axis

It relies on how the mass is distributed relative to the axis for a solid body of the same mass and size (like the moment of inertia is always relative to a given axis). The stronger the coefficient (and hence the larger the moment of inertia for a given mass and size of the body) the further the mass or body is from the axis.We may conclude from the possibilities that a body’s moment of inertia is independent of its angular velocity. Because we know that a body’s moment of inertia is equal to the product of its mass and the square of its distance from the axis. As a result, it is solely determined by the mass and its distance from the axis.