Compute the polar moment of inertia \(I_0\) for a disc \(D\) centered at the origin with radius \(a\) and constant density \(\rho (x,y)=\rho\). Write (\I_0\) in terms of the radius \(a\) and the total mass \(m\) of \(D\)

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I just don't see how I can get the total mass. I don't think it should matter really

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