# Mechanics (Easy Notes of Mechanics)

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Name | Easy Notes of Mechanics |
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Author | Dr. Amir Mahmood |

Pages | 13 pages |

Format | PDF (see Software section for PDF Reader) |

Size | 474 KB |

### CONTENTS OR SUMMARY:

- Moment of Inertia
- Find the moment of inertia
- Calculate the inertia matrix
- Find three products of inertia
- Find the moments and products of inertia

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