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I've got a problem with this:

Count moment of inertia for rectangular plate a x b, if you know that moment of inertia of thin rod is [tex] \frac{1}{12}ml^2 [/tex]. Do not use integrals!, others mathematical functions required (I can proof this moment by integrals, but this is not issue). I know that I have to use Steiner theory, but how? No integrals? :(

Please help.

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# Moment of inertia for rectangular plate

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