# Slick Moments of Inertia

**Classical Mechanics**Level 3

Consider a plate in form of an equilateral triangle whose moment of inertia \(I_T\) relative to an axis that pases through the centroid of the triangle, perpendiculat to the plate. Now consider a plate in form of a regular hexagon with the mass as the other plate and with sides of the same lenght as the triangular one so, it has a moment of inertia relative to an axis that pases through its center, perpendicular to the plate of \(I_H\). Which is the value for \(\frac{I_H}{I_T}\)

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