Subject: Do moment about a point and torque have resultant force acting on them?
Date: Tue Oct 31 01:00:28 2006
Posted by Sean
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Physics
I've read the answer given to a similar question
but i've learnt that distance in the calculation of torque and moment is
different, and since torque is produced by a couple would there be a resultant
Re: Do moment about a point and torque have resultant force acting on them?
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