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Two masses are attached to a 1 m long massless bar. Mass 1 is 3 kg andis attached to the far left side of the bar. Mass 2 is 5 kg and is attachedto the far right side of the bar. If a third mass that is 2 kg is added tothe middle of the bar, how does the center of mass of the systemchange?(A) The center of mass shifts to the left by 0.025 m.(B) The center of mass shifts to the right by 0.025 m.(C) The center of mass shifts to the left by 0.075 m.(D) The center of mass shifts to the right by 0.075 m.

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