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Hello, There is a rod rotating with angular speed "w"*(omega),,pivoted about one end calculate the tension at the following points on the rod at a distance(mass of rod m and length = l), .L/4 from pivot L/2 from pivot i know the basic approach is with using tension to provide centripetal force,and using in integration but i am confused over what limits to keep,,,, help, thank you


Hello,

There is a rod rotating with angular speed "w"*(omega),,pivoted about one end calculate the tension at the following points on the rod at a distance(mass of rod m and length = l),

.L/4 from pivot

L/2 from pivot

i know the basic approach is with using tension to provide centripetal force,and using in integration but i am confused over what limits to keep,,,, help,

thank you


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