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The centre of mass of a uniform solid cone is located at the at a distance h/4 from the base plane, where h is the height of the cone (the perpendicular distance of the vertex… to the base plane). The result can be found by the equation. X =(1/M)∫ x dm (MORE)

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Take an elemental mass on the solid hemisphere. Let the mass be in thin form of discs. The centre of mass lies at the centre of the disc. Integrate the whole function to get t…he c.o.m. (MORE)

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Assuming that the Earth's atmosphere is a perfect sphere, then the atmosphere's center of mass will be at the point equidistant between Earth's poles (i.e. the center of the E…arth!). (MORE)

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Center of mass of a boomerang A center of mass (CM) of a boomerang, depending upon its particular shape and design, is not located on the device, itself. If you… orient the boomerang so that it appears to form the letter V, its CM will be located directly over the vertex. The distance above the vertex will vary depending upon the boomerang's design. When you toss the boomerang, it will spin about its CM. You may be able to determine a boomerang's CM by doing the following: Suspend the device from a string. The CM will align with the string. Since the CM is also located directly above the vertex, the intersection of the line bisecting the vertex and the line extending downward from the string should locate the CM. (MORE)

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The the center of the donut , more specifically the center of the hole of the donut. Considering the donut is perfectly symmetrical we only need to look at the geometric cente…r of it , same applies for a hollow sphere like a soccer ball ,the center is indeed in the middle where there is no mass. (MORE)

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The conventional method is to separate the object into three different axes, or if it's n-dimensional, n axes. With each axis, set the distance of the center of mass as your… variable, "x" or "y" or "z", or whatever you want to use as your unknown variable. Then use this equation: "variable"*"total mass"=The sum of all masses multiplied by their distance from the location you set as zero. Be careful, on the right side of the equation, to use the distance of the "zero" to the center of mass of the "submass". This way you can calculate the coordinates of the center of mass for the object with respect to a point you want to choose. (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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The barycenter. The barycenter of the Earth - Moon system is inside the Earth about 2000 kilometers beneath the surface. The Barycenter of the Charon - Pluto system is in spa…ce between those celestial bodies. (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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MCOM = (m1r1 + m2r2) / (m1 + m2) For one object with a mass of m1 and the 2nd with a mass of m2, then the Center of Mass (COM) is just the above equation. Where r1 and r2 …are the distances each respective body is positioned away from the center of mass location. (MORE)