Okay. We won't walk through the process of finding, um, the center of Mass, um, of a given system of point masses. And what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go ahead and put these in the corn. It plain. So here is the cornet playing and make sure I have enough here, okay? And so the first point mass is at two three. So there is my first point mass. And that point mass is, um, a value of 12 and is at 23 Then I have one at negative one five. And so that point mass is six. And he's that negative. 15 Then I have 1/3 1 at 68 and I believe eight was a here. And that point Mass is four and 1/2 and occurs at 68 And then I have a point mass of 15 at two. Negative too. So there are my four point masses, and, um so just start finding the center of mass. I need the total mass, so we'll just take each of the masses and add them together. And so I get a total of 37.5, Then I want to find the moment about the why axes. So I want how, um, each of these point masses or distributed about the vertical axis, so that's gonna be dependent upon how far they are from the Y axis in the ex direction. So, um, the moment in the Y axis to pin him at the Y axis is each of the point masses times their respective X values. So we take each of the point masses and multiply and by the respective X values. And when we do that, we get a value, uh, 75. Then we're gonna find the moment about the X axis. And so, if I'm looking about at the moment about the X axis, I'm trying to see how these point masses are arranged about this X axis. So that's gonna be dependent upon their why value. And so my take each of the masses and multiplying by the respective why values? Um, because that's gonna be their distance away from the X axis. And then when we do that, we get a total or combined of 72. And so to find the, um X coordinate at the point mass, it is going to be the moment about the Y axis over the total mass. Um, so we get 75 over 37.5, which gives me a two to find. The Y coordinate is the moment about the X axis to buy by the total mass, which is going to give me 72 over 37.5, which becomes 48 over 25. So my center of mass is going to be two comma, 48 over 25. And so let's go ahead and taught him in. And so that means 48 over 25. So it's at two comma, just a little over two would be 50. So it's just a little under two, so right, right there.