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(I'm not sure how to post pictures on here, because the picture is on wileyplus, and to view it, you need a password)

But for this problem, I am not even sure where to start. I know that I need to find the total inertia, but how many parts should i split it into? Should I take each rod seperately and each particle seperately, and use the summation formula for inertia, or should i use the parallel axis theorem? I am just so lost on where to start.