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[tex]

I_d = \frac{\pi a^4}{4}

[/tex]......I was trying everything but I am at my wit's end.......So, if some helps me it would be great.......A thanks in advance for the help....

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[tex]

I_d = \frac{\pi a^4}{4}

[/tex]......I was trying everything but I am at my wit's end.......So, if some helps me it would be great.......A thanks in advance for the help....

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Hi i_m_sadiq! Welcome to PF!

Area (no "of" ) moment of inertia is another name for

Search google or wikipedia for "second moment of area" and/or see the PF Library on moment of area

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