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If the sum of all moments about a point A of a body is 0, will it then be 0 anywhere else on the body? (I'm working in 2-D)
That is correct. With respect to your previous post, it depends on the situation, as Russ said in your other thread.I assume that it works the other way around: if I know that there's equilibrium, then the sum of all moments around any point is 0.
kasse, do not multiple post the same question across multiple forums. I've merged in the thread that you started in Classical Physics with the same question.If the sum of all moments about a point A of a body is 0, will it then be 0 anywhere else on the body? (I'm working in 2-D)