### Some articles on *parallel axis theorem, axis, parallel axis*:

**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 ...

... angle θ in radians and radius r with respect to an

**axis**through the centroid of the sector and the centre of the circle a filled semicircle with radius r with respect to a horizontal line passing through the centroid ...

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