SOLVED: Text: Math 254 10/29 Concept Check 12.7 Triple Integrals The formulas for the mass and center of mass for a 3D object are natural extensions of the formulas for a 2D object: m = ∭ p(x,y,z) d

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Text: Math 254 10/29 Concept Check 12.7 Triple Integrals
The formulas for the mass and center of mass for a 3D object are natural extensions of the formulas for a 2D object:
m =
∠p(x,y,z) dV
Myz ∠x p(x,y,z) dV
Mxz ∠y p(x,y,z) dV
Mxy ∠2 p(x,y,z) dV
Myz X = m
Mxz y = m
Mxy z = m
Suppose an object occupies the rectangular cube D = { (x,y,z) |-1<x <1,0 <y<4,-3<z <0} with a density function of p(x,y,z) = y. Find the total mass and center of mass:

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