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# 8.3 Physics & Engineering Applications Question #5 (Medium)

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University of Toronto St. George
Department
Mathematics
Course
MAT136H1
Professor
all
Semester
Winter

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8.3 Challenging Integral Applications Physics & Engineering Applications Question #5 (Medium): Moments and the Center of Mass Based on (X,Y) Coordinates Strategy When masses are located on a -dimensional plane with their specific location indicated by a coordinate , then the moments need to be measured with respect to both the -axis and -axis. They are given by: ∑ for moment of the system about the -axis, and ∑ for that about the - axis. Thus, the coordinate for the center of mass of the system is̅ ̅) ( ) where ∑ is the total mass of the system. Sample Question From the given masses located at the coordinates , find the momen
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