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A circular pizza of radius R has a circular piece of radius R/2 removed from
one side as shown in the figure below. The center of gravity has moved from
C to C' along the x axis. Show that the distance from C to C' is R/6. Assume
the thickness and density of the pizza are uniform throughout
C
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A circular pizza of radius R has a circular piece of radius R/2 removed from one side as shown in the figure below. The center of gravity has moved from C to C' along the x axis. Show that the distance from C to C' is R/6. Assume the thickness and density of the pizza are uniform throughout C

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Consider the mass of the circular pizza of radius R is M, and the mass of R is m circular pizza having radius 2 The distance between C and C' is given by Мi — тх, М-т The mass of the circular pizza of radius R is given by Μ=ρ(TR) [2] here tis the thickness] is given by 2 The mass of the circular pizza of radius -A R χρt 2 [2] m T

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