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Asked Oct 30, 2019

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Step 1

(a)

Consider lambda be the uniform mass density of the rod.

From the definition of center of mass.

Step 2

Total length of the rod is *l* and the result obtained for the center of mass is *l*/2. Therefore, required result is proved.

Step 3

(b)

As the linear mass density of the rod is varying. Theref...

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