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22. Centroids - Center of Mass by Composite Parts

# 22. Centroids - Center of Mass by Composite Parts - ME 270...

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Unformatted text preview: ME 270 - Basic Mechanics I - Group Quiz Name/Group #: _____ Group Members: 1) _— 2) Date: ____ Period: __ 3) ——————— 4) Given: A toy block is shaped as shown. Find: (a) Prepare a table of the areas and centroids of each of the basic shapes which make up the composite block shown. Be sure to use a common origin. Estimate the location of the centroid. (b) Determine the centroid (i, W of the composite block. (c) Can the block stand upright as shown without tipping over? (d) If the quarter circle cut out were in the upper right hand comer of the rectangular section instead of the lower right corner, estimate the effect this would have on the centroid (i, )3. Solution: (QM 7:0. Oﬁmﬂjﬁc o ISO/m. £3??? - '55: A maﬁa ozzsiﬁo Ioo)(.o oéo)+(o mega ...
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