The moment of inertia of a thin uniform rod of mass 'M' and length 'L' about an axis passing through a point at a distance $$\frac{L}{4}$$ from one of its ends and perpendicular to the length of the rod is

Two identical particles each of mass '$$m$$' are separated by a distance '$$d$$'. The axis of rotation passes through the midpoint of '$$\mathrm{d}$$' and is perpendicular to the length $$\mathrm{d}$$. If '$$\mathrm{K}$$' is the average rotational kinetic energy of the system, then the angular frequency is

A body of mass '$$\mathrm{m}$$' and radius of gyration '$$\mathrm{K}$$' has an angular momentum $$\mathrm{L}$$. Its angular velocity is

The moment of inertia of a body about the given axis, rotating with angular velocity 1 rad/s is numerically equal to 'P' times its rotational kinetic energy. The value of 'P' is