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Chapt. 5 Newton’s Laws and Dynamics I 51
a) outside of the object.
b) neither inside nor outside the object.
c) at the point about which the object is symmetric in 2 of the dimensions, but not in the
3rd.
d) at the point about which the object is symmetric in 1 of the dimensions, but not in the
other 2.
e) at the geometric center.
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24. The center of mass of an object is easily found if the object is:
a) symmetric in
THREE
mutually perpendicular directions like, for example, a rectangular
block.
b) symmetric in
TWO
mutually perpendicular directions, but not in the third direction
perpendicular to the Frst two.
c) symmetric in
ONE
direction, but not in two mutually perpendicular directions that are
perpendicular to the Frst one.
d) completely irregular.
e) made out of whipped cream.
005 qmult 00640 1 5 3 easy thinking: center of mass, symmetric sphere
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