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What would be the distance Y to the centroidal axis XX of the beam's cross-sectional area?





A. 112.3mm
B. 125mm
C. 91.7mm
D. 120mm

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Asked by Prasoon, Last updated: Oct 29, 2020

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L. Brett

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Answered May 29, 2019

Centroidal is defined as something that relates to the centroid, or that passes through this centroid. In science, there is a neutral or centroidal axis. The neutral axis is perpendicular to the plane. As stated before, the centroidal axis is the one that passes through the centroid on the flight.

There can be many or just a few of these centroidal axes. When you want to find a distance between two points, you must use a formula to calculate this distance. If there is a distance to the centroidal axis of the beam’s cross-sectional area, you can use the method to calculate the distance. The range is represented by the letter y, and the letter xx represents the centroidal axis. The length is 91.7 mm.

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Answered Apr 24, 2018

91.7mm
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