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Lecture# Physics 1: Steiner's Theorem

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This lecture covers the concept of point mass and Steiner's theorem, explaining the calculation of moments of inertia, main axes of inertia, and axis changes. It also discusses the mass distribution on inclined planes and the movement of grinding wheels.

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