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why the centre of mass coordinate C in the given diagram is taken (1,1) ?

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asked Aug 26, 2014 in Physics by souparn-sinha (120 points)
edited Aug 26, 2014 by souparn-sinha

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Diagram not visible. Please upload the diagram again
answered Aug 26, 2014 by admin (4,920 points)
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First of all, the coordinates of point C is not (1,1) rather it is (1,0).
If it is a wire equilateral triangle then it center of mass is at its Ortho center. The coordinates of Ortho center are (1/2, 1/3.76).
I think you're question is wrong.
answered Sep 12, 2017 by giginailo (2,580 points)

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