## Y bar for a right angle-case-1-using vertical strip.

For more information about the difference between case-1 and case-2, please refer to post-2.

### Using a vertical strip to get y bar for a right angle case-1.

For another approach use a vertical strip to get the value of the y bar or the Cg vertical distance to the X-axis.

We have X and Y axes respectively and the base of the triangle. We have line AB with the length of b, the rise of the triangle is=h, and the inclined portion AC, equation: y =mx+C m which is a slope is equal to -h/b *x, and the intersection with y-axis =h. The area of the strip is the product of (y*dx).

The width of strip =dx and its height=y. the strip area dA=y*dx, since we are integrating into the x-direction we will omit the expression of y, by substituting its value in terms of x. The procedure is shown in the next image picture. The area=0.50*b*h, which is the same result obtained earlier by using the horizontal strip.

### Perform integration for the vertical strip to get the area about the X-axis.

The expression of the dA*y-strip will be represented by the first moment of area about the x-axis, where y-strip is the horizontal distance from the Cg of the strip to the x-axis. The expression of dA*y-strip is shown in the next slide image and integration will be carried out in the horizontal direction from x=0 to x=b. The details of the integration are shown in the next slide image.

### Perform integration for the vertical strip to get the first-moment area about the X-axis.

To Y bar for a right angle-case-1-using vertical strip, the expression of the first moment of area or the small strip about the x-axis is written as (dA*y), where dA=(y*dx), we utilize the expression of the equation of the line CB as y= -b/c*x+h.

The final A*y bar represents the product of total area * the vertical CG distance from the X-axis will be found as in our case=b*h^2/6, where b is the triangle base while h is the height.

### Y bar for a right angle final step.

Y bar value for a right angle will be obtained by simply dividing the first moment of area /Area, we will get y bar for a right angle=h/3 or one-third of the opposite side height. The value of y bar is shown in the next slide image.

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The next post is X bar for a right angle case-2.