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How does the position of lift affect the stability of the lifted object?
Consider this example: Treat G as 10. The blue blocks provide lift of 10N, or -1KG. The red block has a weight of 20N, or 2KG. The black bar has no weight. All have their center of gravity in ...
Jan 11 '13 at 22:35
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