# Center of Gravity for nonuniform plank

1. Homework Statement
A box of negligible mass rests at the left end of a 1.90m, 23.5kg plank The width of the box is 75.0 , and sand is to be distributed uniformly throughout it. The center of gravity of the nonuniform plank is 50.0 from the right end.

I am lost pls help me

i know the torque is going to be zero, but i dont know where to go from here

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1. Homework Statement
A box of negligible mass rests at the left end of a 1.90m, 23.5kg plank The width of the box is 75.0 , and sand is to be distributed uniformly throughout it. The center of gravity of the nonuniform plank is 50.0 from the right end.
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