Find the centre of gravity of objects, Physics

Finding the centre of gravity of objects

Secure a triangular file and place it on a table as a balancing point. Any sharp-edged device with a hat side might be used. Balance several sticks, rods and devices like as brooms, bats, brushes, etc.,

 

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