In this chapter, we will be covering:

- C4.1 Centre of Mass - the effective single point where the total weight is acting on
- C4.2 Centroids - the centre point for a geometry (line, area or volume)
- C4.3 Centroid of Composite Bodies - calculating the centroid of complex shapes that can be broken down simple shapes
- C4.4 Moment of Inertia - a property of a mass or geometry that governs its capacity for resistance of motion or stress
- C4.5 Parallel-Axis Theorem - transferring the reference axis for moment of inertia

In this chapter, we will be covering:

- C4.1 Centre of Mass - the effective single point where the total weight is acting on
- C4.2 Centroids - the centre point for a geometry (line, area or volume)
- C4.3 Centroid of Composite Bodies - calculating the centroid of complex shapes that can be broken down simple shapes
- C4.4 Moment of Inertia - a property of a mass or geometry that governs its capacity for resistance of motion or stress
- C4.5 Parallel-Axis Theorem - transferring the reference axis for moment of inertia