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How do you find the net torque on axis A, B, C, and D?

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Step 1

The below figure represents four force acting on light and uniform rod.

Step 2

considering positive value for torque acting in clockwise direction , and negative value for torque acting in anticlockwise direction .

Step 3

Write the net torque on...

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