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n the figure, a nonuniform bar is suspended at rest in a horizontal position by two massless cords as shown in the figure here. One cord makes the angle θ = 38.9˚ with the vertical; the other makes the angle φ = 51.1˚ with the vertical. If the length L of the bar is 2.5 m, compute the distance x from the left end of the bar to its center of mass.

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