You will be calculating the moment of inertia for an I-section *a lot* in your coming engineering years, so it's good to master it now.

There's actually a simply way of doing it, but try it yourself first: calculate the moment of inertia of the I-section about its centroid, I_{x̄-x̄}.

You will be calculating the moment of inertia for an I-section *a lot* in your coming engineering years, so it's good to master it now.

There's actually a simply way of doing it, but try it yourself first: calculate the moment of inertia of the I-section about its centroid, I_{x̄-x̄}.