I was assigned to build a structure out of balsa wood (1/8 X 1/8 inch) and glue. It has to be between 7.5 and 8.5 inches high , cannot have mass greater than12 grams, and has to be able support at least 60 pounds (this would only get me about a C) while withstanding torque. I've been researching online and i found Euler's Buckling Theorem, but I can't really figure out how to apply it to the design. I have not been able to find much other information and I honestly have no idea what I should do. Most of my classmates just seem to be building whatever comes to their minds first, as my teacher has not really told us how to approach the problem. Any ideas? Thanks.