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For the following exercises, calculate the center of mass for the collection of masses given.$$m=3 \text { at } x=0,1,2,6$$

$\frac{9}{4}$

Calculus 2 / BC

Chapter 6

Applications of Integration

Section 6

Moments and Centers of Mass

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Okay, so we have a musical to three at X Physical to 012 and six sources are a mess that's equal to zero plus one. Tube of six. All over. See? Oh, we need to multiply the starting with three all over three months. Three plus three equals three. That gives me what I can fax out of three over here. So it's gonna be just three times four. Right? So one plus one plus one plus one is why cancel? So get six plus 26789 over four.

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