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... of mass, then it can be determined relative to any other reference point in the body using the

**Parallel Axis**Theorem... of mass, then it can be determined relative to any other reference point in the body using the

**parallel axis**theorem ... The tensor form of the**parallel axis**theorem is given by ...Second Moment Of Area -

... easier to derive the second moment of area with respect to its centroidal

**Parallel Axis**Theorem... easier to derive the second moment of area with respect to its centroidal

**axis**... it may be necessary to calculate the second moment of area with respect to a different,**parallel axis**, say the**axis**... The**parallel axis**theorem states where = Area of the shape = Perpendicular distance between the and axes A similar statement can be made about the**axis**and the**parallel**...### Famous quotes containing the words axis and/or parallel:

“A book is not an autonomous entity: it is a relation, an *axis* of innumerable relations. One literature differs from another, be it earlier or later, not because of the texts but because of the way they are read: if I could read any page from the present time—this one, for instance—as it will be read in the year 2000, I would know what the literature of the year 2000 would be like.”

—Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986)

“If from the earth we came, it was an earth

That bore us as a part of all the things

It breeds and that was lewder than it is.

Our nature is her nature. Hence it comes,

Since by our nature we grow old, earth grows

The same. We *parallel* the mother’s death.”

—Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

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