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1. women
2. what is the lever arm of a screwdriver
3. equilibrium
4. which type of person has moderate stability
5. if tcw=fd an tccw=fd, then...
6. which end of the baseball bat has the greater mass when it balances horizontally on its fulcrum
7. how does a physicist express the term righty tighty
8. positive
9. neutral
10. what can a torque cause
11. stable
12. leverage
13. what portion of a baseball bat follows a smooth parabolic flight path when thrown through air
14. distance
15. what happens when an axis of rotation is not located at the CG
16. when a high jumper clears the bar, where does her CG go
17. which child must sit closer to the fulcrum of a teeter totter in order to balance torques
18. plumb bob
19. children
20. which factor makes a building stable
a) wide support base
b) low CG
c) both
d)none
21. how can you increase the lever arm of a screwdriver
22. ccw
23. when does a system topple
24. CG
25. what type of person has the greatest stability
26. where must the fulcrum of an empty meter stick lever be located in order to balance torques
27. which term describes the distance between the axis and applied force that causes rotation
28. list three ways in which a person can increase the torque that they apply to a system
29. balanced
30. how can force be maximized
31. torque
32. what happens when torques balance
a) tcw=tccw
b) sigma t = 0N
c) no rotation
d) all of these
e) none of these
33. negative
34. which type of person has the least stability
35. what happens to the CG of a system in unstable equilibrium as it topples
36. a cone resting on its flat base is in what type of equilibrium
37. wobbling
38. how is torque calculated
39. what happens to the CG of a glass of water when a ping pong ball is pushed below its surface
40. cw
41. unstable
42. what proportionality exists between the force and distance that yields a given torque
43. what causes a rotating system to wobble
44. toppling
45. what happens when the cg of a system is not above its support base
1. a acronym for center of gravity. the point where weight is measured from
2. b increase/lengthen lever arm
increase force
apply force perpendicular to lever arm
3. c d) all of these
4. d when the center of gravity of an object is below the area of support
5. e the torques are balanced
6. f acronym for counter clockwise
7. g @CG
8. h the short barrel
9. i occurs when cg is not above support base
10. j when cw and ccw torques are equal and no rotation occurs
11. k men
12. l rotation
13. m the heavy one
14. n humans with he lowest CGs
15. o lever arm from axis of rotation to location where force is applied
16. p the bat's CG
17. q lever arm
18. r children
19. s women
20. t when no rotation occurs because sigma torque = 0Nm
21. u acronym for clockwise
22. v a force that causes rotation
23. w a weighted object tied to a string and used to determine a vertical line
24. x buoyancy that causes an object to remain suspending in the medium that they displace
25. y it rises
26. z the use of a long lever arm to increase torque
27. aa t=Fd
28. ab humans with highest cgs
29. ac c) both of these
30. ad an object that lowers its CG with any displacement
31. ae stable
32. af tcw
34. ah it moves down
35. ai buoyancy that causes an object to sink through a medium
36. aj an object that raises its cg with any displacement
37. ak wobbling
38. al inverse
39. am buoyancy that causes an object to rise through a medium
40. an >force
>distance
apply perpendicular force
41. ao toppling
42. ap putting a wrench on the lever arm.
43. aq if its center of gravity is not in line with its axis of symmetry
44. ar motion that results when CG is not located at the axis or rotation
45. as under the bar