Planar Lamina

(Measure Theory)

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What is Planar lamina?

In mathematics, a planar lamina is a closed set in a plane of mass and surface density such that: , over the closed set. The center of mass of the lamina is at the point where moment of the entire lamina about the y-axis and moment of the entire lamina about the x-axis. , over the closed surface., over the closed surface. Example 1. Find the center of mass of a lamina with edges given by the lines and where the density is given as . Integrate 2x + 3y + 2 with respect to y and substitute the limits 4-x and x center of mass is at the point Planar laminas can be used to determine moments of inertia, or center of mass.

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