1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 0.100-kg, 59.9-cm-long uniform bar has a small 0.055-kg mass glued to its left end and a small 0.100-kgmass glued to the other end. You want to balance this system horizontally on a fulcrum placed just under its center of gravity. no diagram given 2. Relevant equations Στ = 0 N*m τ=F×d 3. The attempt at a solution Massbar=.100 kg L=0.599m m1=0.055kg m2=0.100kg I am confused about how to set up my diagram. I have made a bar. The only forces acting on the bar are the two weights from the two masses. I didn't include the weight of the bar itself because since its uniform I wanted to make the center the pivot axis. SO my torque equation looks like this: Στ=0=-m1g(d`) + m2g(d2) the first torque is negative because it is going in the clockwise direction. But from this equation i can get infinite many distances depending on what d2 is.