EDIT: Can some1 help me solve this: http://www.freeimagehosting.net/imag...4bbecc8847.png Thanks in advance.
Last edited by shadow85; January 23rd 2011 at 06:26 PM.
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steps involved to working this out would be appreciated, so I can understand how it is done.
OK I have worked out part (a): I = integral y^2 . dA = integral y^2.a.dy = a.integral y^2 .dy from -b/2 to b/2 =a. [y^3/3] from -b/2 to b/2 = a.b^2 / 12 can sum1 confirm this and try continue with part (b). Thanks.
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