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In weight and balance computations, the value for moment equals the mass of a given item multiplied by its arm. This number can often be quite large, and thus unmanageable. To simplify things, moments are often written as MOM/1000 or MOM/100.
MOM/100 means that the "actual" moment value is divided by 100. So, for example, if you are given a "MOM/100" value of 53445.3, you can multiply this by 100 to get an "actual" moment of 5444530. Conversely, you can turn an "actual" moment value into a MOM/100 value by dividing it by 100.
Sometimes, when using MOM/100 values, values are approximations. For example, an actual moment value of 53412 might be represented with a MOM/100 value of 534.1 or 534 for simplicity.
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