A satellite of mass 'm' is revolving in circular orbit of radius 'r' round the earth. Its angular momentum w.r.t. the centre of its orbit is (M= mass of earth, G= universal gravitational constant)

(GMmr)12

(GMm2r)12

(GMm2r2)12

(GM2m2r)12

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(GMm2r)12

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(GMmr)12

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(GM2m2r)12

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(GMm2r2)12

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