[Solved]Center of Mass problem 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Jane is sitting on a chair with her lower leg at a 30.0° angle with respect to the vertical, as shown. You need to develop a computer model of her leg to assist in some medical research. If you assume that her leg can be modeled as two uniform cylinders, one with mass M1 = 18 kg and length L1 = 35 cm and one with mass M2 = 10 kg and length L2 = 36 cm, where is the center of mass of her leg? http://www.webassign.net/grr/p7-32.gif 2. Relevant equations M1X1+M2X2/M1+M2 3. The attempt at a solution I attempted to break up the problem into compoents and found a cordinate system of m1 (0,0)(0,35) and M2 as (35, 0), (53, -31.18) I am not sure how to procede from here. EXCITING UPDATE: Y has been solved! I took the midpoint of the y2 cordinate which is -15.9 and multiplied that by the 10kg mass and divided by both masses. I thought this might work since the Y1 is equal to zero. FOLLOW UP! X has now been solved! I did the same process in finding the midpoint of both X components. The problem is now solved.