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A 172-cm-tall person lies on a light (mass less) board which is supported by two

A 172-cm-tall person lies on a light (mass less) board which is supported by two scales, one under the top of her head and one beneath the bottom of her feet (Fig. 9-53). The two scales read, respectively, 35.1 and 31.6kg. What distance is the center of gravity of this person from the bottom of her feet?

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ManagementThe center of gravity simply ferers to the point in an object where the average weight of an object or a body is located. Centre of gravity can also be defined as a point in an object where the distribution of weight is equal in all directions, and does depend on the field of gravity.  ...

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