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lol this is the last question :D
I got stuck chatting with someone lol
I always forget how to do these, let me browse my notes...
the center of mass is in the middle right?
i am being simple but
umm it depends
I have the formula turing
I think I can solve it, but I use a slightly different formula so I'm not sure you want me to bother...
lol what formula?
cuz i have another one
It's similar but has two pieces to it... http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/CalcII/CenterOfMass.aspx
You probably don't need my formula here because your object is symmetric, but I can't figure out how to use yours exactly
umm u know what forget it then Thanks :D
ok, sorry good luck!
Sorry I gave u the wrong formula :(
do you want a moment in mass formula?
icenter of mass using the moment
that was the one i typed out but deleted
lemme type again
you see solution in Classical mechanics by "ATAM P.ARYA"in pages443
What is that?
Try considering the cone as a stack of discs. Then find the height of the disc where the volume above the height is the same as below. Hint: You need to use integration.
ohh never heard of it
your question is physics question not math
lol it is in my calc book in the section of geometry
realy!!!!!! its in my mech book so mth &physics are brother
lol i guess so hehehe
hosein: Given that the density is constant throughout the object, it's really just a math problem.
no physics problem see that, book in that book density is also cte
lol fight it out
http://math.feld.cvut.cz/mt/txtd/5/txe3dc5i.htm this should help you. in this case r = h = 5 center of mass at 5/4 or 1.25 cm above base
Thannks u r so nice :D
Werer u working on it the whole time?
haha no i was distracted...but i was trying to find a good explanation for it
lol Thanks that was very nice :D