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A meter stick has a mass of 0.5 kg and a center of mass at the 50 cm mark. Using two fingers, one at the 10 cm mark and the other at the 40 cm mark, you hold the meter stick in a stationary horizontal position. Find the forces that your fingers put on the meter stick.

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