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O 80 g
**14. Caryn's twirling baton is composed of a 200-g stainless steel rod of length 70 cm. Rub-
ber caps are attached on both ends so that their centers of mass are at the ends of the rod. One
rubber cap has a mass of 120 g and the other has a mass of 80 g. How far from the center of
70 cm
120 g
the rod is the center of mass of the baton?
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O 80 g **14. Caryn's twirling baton is composed of a 200-g stainless steel rod of length 70 cm. Rub- ber caps are attached on both ends so that their centers of mass are at the ends of the rod. One rubber cap has a mass of 120 g and the other has a mass of 80 g. How far from the center of 70 cm 120 g the rod is the center of mass of the baton?

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