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Homework help on moments Watch

1. remember the equation: m=fd
2. Hi.
how did you find out the 0.45 and 0.25? are these the distances from the pivot? I'm bit confused at what number exactly pivot is located?if i find that , i'll then would be able to calculate each distance from the pivot .
3. (Original post by Alen.m)
Hi.
how did you find out the 0.45 and 0.25? are these the distances from the pivot? I'm bit confused at what number exactly pivot is located?if i find that , i'll then would be able to calculate each distance from the pivot .
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