DISCLAIMER: For the sake of academic integrity, I would like to place a warning on this question and say that it is NOT a test question, nor is it a homework question that will receive grading. This is simply a random question out of the textbook to practice torque. Problem: A gravity board for locating the center of gravity of a person consists of a horizontal board supported by a fulcrum at one end and by a scale at the other end. A physics student lies horizontally on the board with the top of his head above the fulcrum point. The scale is 2m from the fulcrum. The stuent has a mass of 70kg and when he is on the gravity board, the scale advances 250N. Where is the center of gravity of the student? Okay, I have the answer to this question because I have a study guide along with the textbook, but I can't follow the steps... Does anyone know of a more logical step progression on how to work this problem?