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Why is it that when the mass is moved closer to x the mass at x decreases?

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Why is it that when the mass is moved closer to x the mass at x decreases?

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do you mean force?

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I did not understand the question properly.

You mention that the ruler is suspended from the Point X which is the leftmost point then what effect will the mass have when it is put at the suspension point.

Just to put it into perspective.

Note

[tex]\tau =rXF[/tex]

So at X the value of r is nil.

You mention that the ruler is suspended from the Point X which is the leftmost point then what effect will the mass have when it is put at the suspension point.

Just to put it into perspective.

Note

[tex]\tau =rXF[/tex]

So at X the value of r is nil.

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Sorry Tau=rXf

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I did not understand the question properly.

You mention that the ruler is suspended from the Point X which is the leftmost point then what effect will the mass have when it is put at the suspension point.

Just to put it into perspective.

Note

[tex]\tau =rXF[/tex]

So at X the value of r is nil.

yes which means the force at y is zero but the force at x is max

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