Questions 15-19 A rod of length L with non-uniform mass distribution is hinged horizontally to a vertical wall from one end. The rod is supported by a rope from the other end as shown in the figure such that the rope makes an angle of 30° with the horizontal. The linear mass density (mass per unit of length) of the rod is A(x)=8Cx/L where x is the distance from the hinge (x < L) and C is a constant. The unit of C is kg. The distance between point mass m and the hinge is L/2. M 15. What is mass M of the rode? (а) 8C/3 (Ь) 2C (е) С/2 (а) С (е) 2C/3

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Questions 15-19
A rod of length L with non-uniform mass distribution is hinged horizontally to a vertical wall from
one end. The rod is supported by a rope from the other end as shown in the figure such that the
rope makes an angle of 30° with the horizontal. The linear mass density (mass per unit of length)
of the rod is A(x)=8Cx/L where x is the distance from the hinge (x < L) and C is a constant.
The unit of C is kg. The distance between point mass m and the hinge is L/2.
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15. What is mass M of the rode?
(а) 8C/3 (Ь) 2C (е) С/2 (а) С (е) 2C/3
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Questions 15-19 A rod of length L with non-uniform mass distribution is hinged horizontally to a vertical wall from one end. The rod is supported by a rope from the other end as shown in the figure such that the rope makes an angle of 30° with the horizontal. The linear mass density (mass per unit of length) of the rod is A(x)=8Cx/L where x is the distance from the hinge (x < L) and C is a constant. The unit of C is kg. The distance between point mass m and the hinge is L/2. M 15. What is mass M of the rode? (а) 8C/3 (Ь) 2C (е) С/2 (а) С (е) 2C/3

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