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Center of Mass ProblemsI'm in a multivariable calculus course and we are currently going over center of mass using integrals. I am having trouble with these two problems. #2 20130419 17:52:30
Re: Center of Mass Problemshi dgiroux48 (That comes straight from a Euclidean theorem) So you can integrate in the y direction. Bob ps. I'll come back to the Moment of Inertia later. You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei 