1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A carpenter's square has the shape of an L, where d1 = 19.0 cm, d2 = 2.00 cm, d3 = 2.00 cm, d4 = 9.0 cm. Locate its center of gravity. (Take (x, y) = (0, 0) at the intersection of d1 and d4.) Picture ---> http://www.webassign.net/pse/p12-07alt.gif Answer = (____ , ____) cm 2. Relevant equations Xcg=(A1X1+A2X2)/(A1+A2) Ycg=(A1Y1+A2Y2)/(A1+A2) 3. The attempt at a solution x1=1cm x2=3.50cm y1=9.5cm y2=1cm Xcg=(38.8*1+14*3.5)/(38.8+14)=1.66cm Ycg=(38.8*9.5+14*1)/(38.8+14)=7.47cm This seems to be the incorrect answer, and I am not sure why...Can anyone help? Thanks.