Doubt from Center of Mass

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But correct answer is (l/4,l)

Can you repost the figure made by you its not clearly visible

Sorry, that should be (l/4, l/2). But it is definitely correct.

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This one?

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Oh yes yes yes, I am so sorry.
I somehow keep making these mistakes.:sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile:

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Question no 4 in page 5 and question 1 and 8 in page 31Uploading: 15715847752848209526697284951863.jpg... 15715854475101709447646061410883

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8th answer is root2piR/16+pi given

I have written the coordinate of the com the distance will be root (x² + y² ) and hence it will be same as the answer given in your module

I am saying of 8th question not 1st question

I’m also saying about q 8
They have asked for the distance of com from the centre of square

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Question 9 and 1015716603288518322643039981820715