Then we have the Centroid of the horizontal section BC.

By symmetry that is in,

in the middle, a distance of 1 meter to the right of the y-axis.

So x2 is 1 meter, and multiplied by.

I'm sorry, x1 is 1 meter, 2 divided by 2.

Multiplied by it's length, which is 2.

Divided by the total length which is 3 meters so xC is equal to 0.55 meters.

The vertical coordinate yc is summation yiLi over L,

is equal to y1L1 plus y2 L2 over L1 plus L2.

So similarly.

We have the coordinates here of 0.1 is plus

one half sine 45 degrees multiplied by its length, which is 1.

Plus the elevation of the Centroid of BC which is obviously 0,

because it's lying on the x-axis.

Divided by the total length is three, is equal to 0.12 meters.

So the correct answer is B.