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PhysicsQ&A LibraryWhen you apply the torque equation Στ = 0 to an object in equilibrium, the axis about which torques are calculated a. should be located at the edge of the object. b. must be located at the object’s center of gravity. c. can be located anywhere. d. must be located at a pivot.Question

When you apply the torque equation Στ = 0 to an object in equilibrium, the axis about which torques are calculated

a. should be located at the edge of the object.

b. must be located at the object’s center of gravity.

c. can be located anywhere.

d. must be located at a pivot.

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