What is the centroid (center of gravity) of the tetrahedron defined by the following vertices in space? (0, 0, 0); (0, 0, 1); (1/2, (√3)/2, 0); (1/2, (√3)/6, (√6)/3)

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What is the centroid (center of gravity) of the tetrahedron defined by the following vertices in space? (0, 0, 0); (0, 0, 1); (1/2, (√3)/2, 0); (1/2, (√3)/6, (√6)/3)

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On my lunchbreak, don't have time to go through it, but here is an example of similar problem http://math.etsu.edu/multicalc/archives/Chap4/Chap4-6/part2.htm
That link doesn't look like what we're doing in class. I think this question is just about a 2D shape in a 3D space
Oh, that was triple integral, you're not at that yet. Sorry

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It's okay, thank you for taking your time to help =]

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