I am trying to resolve for the forces in the attached diagram. In order for this object to be in rotational equilibrium, the torques of the normal force and the garvitational force would have to be equal. However, this would imply that normal force produced by the fulcrum would be far greater than force of gravity at center of mass. The problem is that for an object to be in mechanical equilibrium, the forces must also be equal. So how can both of these be true? The other issue I am having is that you are allowed to find torques using any axis. If that is true and I set the axis of rotation to be the point of contact with the fulcrum, then there will be a net non zero torque. So how is this situation pssible?