well make your question clear
1.2 or 3 dimentional body
2.find center of gravity by complex problem solving method or simple practical method
well the practical way is simple
hold the object between 2 flat things and try pushing one of its ends. now if it moves freely like a wheel then the line connecting the 2 points is an axis of the object
now try to find another set of points having the same property with respect to the object this will be your second axis
now the point of intersection of such axes is the center of gravity of your body
You can use a method called the Plumb line
Find the length and width of the shape
The best way to find the volume of an irregular shape is to split it up into shapes that you know, find the volumes of those individual pieces, and then add up all of the volumes of the split pieces to get your total volume of the irregular shape.
You can use plumb lines to find the center of gravity of an object.
How do you find centre of gravity of a vehicle?
In both cases, because of their symmetry, the center of gravity is in the geometric center.
Use a protractor
Irregular shapes are made up of regular ones; add them together.
I assume you mean the calculation required. Split the irregular shape up into shapes for which you can find the area (eg rectangles, triangles), then the area of the shape is the sum of the areas of the smaller shapes.
You divide the irregular shape into a buch of smaller regular shapes. Find the volume for those, add them up...and you have the volumee.(:
look it up in a math book
To measure volume of large irregular shaped objects you need a displacement can
There is no set formula.You have to "split" the irregular shape into regular shapes, use whatever dimensions you have and fit them into the formulas of the known shapes.Find the area of each split shape. Lastly, you add all the areas to give you the totl area of the irregular shape
Divide the area into regular shapes and find their areas then add them all up together
For two point masses of equal mass, the center of gravity is the center of mass and is located midway between the two point masses.
For any irregular shape, you must divide it into shapes that are regular and find the area of those then add up all of the parts to find the area of the whole.
You can use plumb lines to find its center of gravity. Hold it from one point and draw vertical line in direction of gravity (plumb line). Hold it from another point and do the same, and a third point if necessary; where the lines cross is center of gravity
There are many ways to find the volume of irregular shapes, but the most commonly used method is Water Displacement.
You can name it or break it down
You divide the shape into parts or pour a liquid into it
If the shape is labeled on each side just add them together, but if it is not, measure the sides then add them together.
In real life, things do not always have a neat geometric shape. Chemical processes in living organisms depend on the surface area of cells or organs. these are of irregular shape. For example photosynthesis in trees depends on the surface area of leaves. All leaves have irregular shapes.
when its a irregular shape you divide it up
How the center of irregular shapes I am unaware of, but for triangles, where any one side is flat on altitude 0, the altitude of the center is 2 x Area divided by Perimeter That formula is used for getting the in-radius of a circle. The center of the circle of best fit is the center of the triangle.