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**theorems**can be used to simplify calculations for the moment of inertia ...**Theorem**Nomenclature Equation Superposition Principle for Moment Of Inertia (MOI) about any chosen**Axis**Inet = resultant MOI (about any one**axis**) Parallel**axis theorem**M = total mass of body d ... into several constituent parts, then the moment of inertia of the whole body about a given**axis**is equal to the sum of moments of inertia of each part around the same**axis**...### Famous quotes containing the words theorem and/or axis:

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