- #1
Tonyt88
- 62
- 0
Find the location of the CM of a hollow ice cream cone, with base radius R and height h, and uniform mass denisty. How does your answer change if the cone is solid, instead of hollow?
Okay, so I'm pretty sure that I need to work with slices, and that you need the mass which I believe is [where sigma is density]
σ ( (pi) r^2 + (pi) r √r2 + h2)
Though I don't know where to go from here
Okay, so I'm pretty sure that I need to work with slices, and that you need the mass which I believe is [where sigma is density]
σ ( (pi) r^2 + (pi) r √r2 + h2)
Though I don't know where to go from here