A solid wood ball is rotating about an axis that passes through its center. If its angular speed is doubled, (a) by what factor does its rotational kinetic energy change? (b) By what factor does its angular momentum change?

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A solid wood ball is rotating about an axis that passes through its center. If its angular speed is doubled, 

(a) by what factor does its rotational kinetic energy change? 

(b) By what factor does its angular momentum change?

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