Is there a known formula for finding the coordinates of one by knowing the coordinates of the other? I mean, for example you have a triangle-(area), then you rotate that area around an axis (volume)

- September 15th 2012, 12:39 PMCoffeeBirdthe relation between centroid of an area and centroid of volume as a formula?
Is there a known formula for finding the coordinates of one by knowing the coordinates of the other? I mean, for example you have a triangle-(area), then you rotate that area around an axis (volume)

- September 15th 2012, 01:18 PMskeeterRe: the relation between centroid of an area and centroid of volume as a formula?