A HW9 - Rotation - PHY201-G, sec xO 1198-MAT127-03: CALCULUSA XMAT 127: Calculus A, sections 0 XBE Ben Eggleston - Grade Calculat xAnswered: An object with a maA webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/submit?dep=22685038&tags=autosave#Q7+ Ask Your Teacher5.R My NotesSerPSE10 10.7.OP.021.0/2 pointsPrevious AnswersThe four particles shown below are connected by rigid rods of negligible mass where y, = 6.20 m. The origin is at the center of the rectangle. The system rotates in the xy plane about the zaxis with an angular speed of 5.60 rad/s.2.00 kg3.00 kgУт2.00 kg(4.00 kg4.00 m-(a) Calculate the moment of inertia of the system about the z axis.597,52Note that the distance of the particles from the x axis is 2 6.20 m and the distance from the y axis is ½ 4.00 m. kg • m2(b) Calculate the rotational kinetic energy of the system.9369.11You appear to have calculated the rotational energy correctly using your incorrect result from part (a). JNeed Help?Read ItWatch Iti 12:11

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A HW9 - Rotation - PHY201-G, sec x
O 1198-MAT127-03: CALCULUSA X
MAT 127: Calculus A, sections 0 X
BE Ben Eggleston - Grade Calculat x
Answered: An object with a ma
A webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/submit?dep=22685038&tags=autosave#Q7
+ Ask Your Teacher
5.
R My Notes
SerPSE10 10.7.OP.021.
0/2 points
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The four particles shown below are connected by rigid rods of negligible mass where y, = 6.20 m. The origin is at the center of the rectangle. The system rotates in the xy plane about the z
axis with an angular speed of 5.60 rad/s.
2.00 kg
3.00 kg
Ут
2.00 kg(
4.00 kg
4.00 m-
(a) Calculate the moment of inertia of the system about the z axis.
597,52
Note that the distance of the particles from the x axis is 2 6.20 m and the distance from the y axis is ½ 4.00 m. kg • m2
(b) Calculate the rotational kinetic energy of the system.
9369.11
You appear to have calculated the rotational energy correctly using your incorrect result from part (a). J
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A HW9 - Rotation - PHY201-G, sec x O 1198-MAT127-03: CALCULUSA X MAT 127: Calculus A, sections 0 X BE Ben Eggleston - Grade Calculat x Answered: An object with a ma A webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/submit?dep=22685038&tags=autosave#Q7 + Ask Your Teacher 5. R My Notes SerPSE10 10.7.OP.021. 0/2 points Previous Answers The four particles shown below are connected by rigid rods of negligible mass where y, = 6.20 m. The origin is at the center of the rectangle. The system rotates in the xy plane about the z axis with an angular speed of 5.60 rad/s. 2.00 kg 3.00 kg Ут 2.00 kg( 4.00 kg 4.00 m- (a) Calculate the moment of inertia of the system about the z axis. 597,52 Note that the distance of the particles from the x axis is 2 6.20 m and the distance from the y axis is ½ 4.00 m. kg • m2 (b) Calculate the rotational kinetic energy of the system. 9369.11 You appear to have calculated the rotational energy correctly using your incorrect result from part (a). J Need Help? Read It Watch It i 12:11

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The mass of the particles,

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m, = 3.00 kg m, = 2.00 kg m; = 2.00 kg m, = 4.00 kg

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The distance between the two masses in horizontal direction,

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X; = 4.0 m

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y = 6.2 m

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