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to examine rotational equilibrium can we take torque about any point

to examine rotational equilibrium can we take torque about any point

Grade:Upto college level

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Pratham Ashish
17 Points
12 years ago
hi Meaning for the rotational equilibrium is : When an object is in equilibrium, it is not moving or rotating. The object's linear and angular accelerations are both zero. * The sum of all the torques acting on a system must be equal to zero. * The sum of the clockwise torques must be equal to the sum of the counterclockwise torques. * The pivotal axis can be chosen to be any point inside or outside the object. * It useful to observe that choosing the pivot point through the line of action of a force eliminates that force from the equilibrium torque equations. This often simplifies things. summation of torque = 0 at any point

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