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1. The problem statement, and my attempt at a solution is given in pic
Please help me.
Please help me.
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Yes, so ...At first glance, you're moment of inertia is incorrect. The rod is massless and therefore does not contribute to the moment of inertia. Your moment of inertia comes from the two massive point particles a distance, L/2, away from the center of rotation.