Experiment of a wooden ring stand, Physics

A wooden ring stand

The bottom for this ring stand is made from a piece of wood 40 cm long, 15 cm wide and 1 cm thick. A whole 1 cm in diameter is bored by the centre of the base. The upright is made from a piece of dowel rod 1 cm in diameter and 45 cm long.

 

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