Also I have tried to do the thing myself with the help of a friend who's not really sure of how to do neither, we got helped by a third guy but we're still unsure if we were allowed to do what he did.
So here's what he told us to do: http://imgur.com/LiXXoTF
And I used different color as we...
Yes I think I do. It's distance * force right?
Oh, I've studied something that I call Barycentre and I thought the translation of it was center of gravity, I guess I was wrong haha. I think it's canceled by the a force we call resistance? Like when there's a force applying there's always a...
(I am not sure what the torque of gravity is)
A: In the pictures, the box are trying to turn to the left?
A: It turns the box when the box is not touching the book anymore.
A: I am not sure how I can answer that. I think it's starting here that it's bugging me, I have no idea how we do the...
A: The mass would want to topple over because the center of gravity moved too much to one side due to the angle.
A: I am not really sure how to explain this one, but I think I got the idea. So let's say I tilt my pen to the left, the gravity P will apply 100% on point A (the lowest...
I wrote them on my board, so I wiped them when I figured out they were wrong. :/
As for the match box I'll say it's in the second and third picture? I mean the center of the gravity looks only good on the first one. (Thanks for helping me out! I really suck at this.)
We consider Rectangle Parallelepiped on a board and a=1m ; b=2m and c=3m.
The face a and b is considered touching the board.
there’s no sliding; we tilt the board so a is horizontal.
Q: Starting from which angle we can see a rotation?
I want to know how...