Equilibrium and C.O.G

1. Name the factor(s) affecting the stability of objects?

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2. At equilibrium, sum of the upward forces is equal to the sum of downward forces. True or False?

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3. When a body is said to be at rest and all the forces acting upon it balance one another then the body is said to be?

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4. Which of the following is not among the applications of stability?

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5. When a body at rest is subjected an external force and does not result in a change of its C.O.G and its position does not change no matter how big the force of displacement is then the body is said to be?

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6. A body (object) with a broad base is more stable than the one with a base with a narrow base?

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7. The center of gravity of a body is the point of application of the resultant force due to the earth's attraction on the body. True or False?

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8. The stability of an object depends on:-

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9. When a body at rest is subjected an external force which makes its C.O.G to shift from its original position to another new position or it makes it to fall; the body is said to be at?

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10. Name the states of equilibrium

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11. Where is the C.O.G located for a uniform body (object)?

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12. If when a body at rest is subjected to an external force which it makes its C.O.G to shift and the body returns to its original position then the body is said to be at?

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13. Between a body (object) whose C.O.G is HIGH and another whose C.O.G is LOW. Which of the two is more stable?

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