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Explain how the condition (sum)F = 0 is satisfied for the meter stick in case 1 of the experiment.

Case 1: In Picture.

 

Consider the center of mass of the meter stick is at x= 50.0 cm.
Case 1:
-50cm
da
X1
di
X2 75cm
m1
m2
10.0 cm, Measure and calculate x,
100 g, m2 = 200g
m
X1
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Transcribed Image Text:Consider the center of mass of the meter stick is at x= 50.0 cm. Case 1: -50cm da X1 di X2 75cm m1 m2 10.0 cm, Measure and calculate x, 100 g, m2 = 200g m X1
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