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DominantVampire
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A 1.00 kg particle has the xy coordinates (-1.00 m, 1.00 m) and a 2.00 kg particle has the xy coordinates (0.800 m, -0.800 m). Both lie on a horizontal plane. At what (a) x and (b) y coordinates must you place a 3.00 kg particle such that the center of mass of the three-particle system has the coordinates (-0.400 m, -0.500 m)?
DominantVampire
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kindly help
DominantVampire
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@zepdrix

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DominantVampire
  • DominantVampire
i just need help with this Q and nothing more.
DominantVampire
  • DominantVampire
i know the formula its Xcm= m1x1+m2x2+m3x3/m1+m2+m3
DominantVampire
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@UsukiDoll @ganeshie8
UsukiDoll
  • UsukiDoll
I don't know science related problems sorry
phi
  • phi
***i know the formula its Xcm= m1x1+m2x2+m3x3/m1+m2+m3*** fill in the information you know into that formula. You know numbers for almost all the variables.
phi
  • phi
1.00 kg with coords (-1.00 m, 1.00 m) : m1= 1 , x1= -1 2.00 kg with coords (0.800 m, -0.800 m). m2=2 , x2=0.8 3.00 kg particle m3= 3, x3 unknown center of mass (-0.400 m, -0.500 m) Xcm -0.4
DominantVampire
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oka thankyou

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