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Locating the Centroid

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Question: Locate the centroid y of the area whose equation is y=1/x bounded by the x axis, and the line x=.5 inches. The height of the area starts at 2 inches high at x=.5 inches, and slopes down to 0.5 inches high at x=2 inches. The length of the shape is 1.5 inches.

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