Finding the Center of Mass of a Person....Please Help me Out! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In excersise physiology studies, it is sometimes important to determine the location of a persons mcenter of mass. ( It shows a picture of a girl laying on a plank with 2 scales under it) A light plank rest on two scales, which read F_g1_ = 380N and F_g2_ =320N. A distance of 2.00m seperates the scales. How far from the womans feet is her center of mass? F_g1_ = 380N F_g2_ =320N Person is 2.00m 2. Relevant equations Center of Mass: Sum of (m x x)/M Sorry I don't know how to type these symbols) 3. The attempt at a solution I thought this would be a straightfoward problem but I cannot figure it out. I'm not even sure which equation of Center of Mass to use. Also your dealing with N as opposed to kilagrams, are you suppose to convert N to kg, is that even possible?:yuck: It's driving me crazy, If anyone could help Id be in great debt!