Posted by **Malinda** on Wednesday, December 10, 2008 at 11:32pm.

A square of side 2L is removed from one corner of a square sandwich that has sides of length L. The center of mass of the remainder of the sandwich moves from C to C’. The displacement of the x coordinate of the center of mass (from C to C’) is?

In the picture, C' moves up and to the right. So positive x and positive y direction.

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