Assume the room to be square or rectangle. The intersection of two lines from opposite corners is your center.
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For two point masses of equal mass, the center of gravity is the center of mass and is located midway between the two point masses.
Yes, an Octagon does have a center point. The easiest way for me to find this is by drawing lines between opposite vertexes. You should end up with four lines and they should be crossing at one point. That is your center point! :V
elastic center is that point of a beam in the plane of the section lying midway between the flexural center & the center of the twist of th
3.14 x the radius (from the center of the room to the edge) = the square footage
If Earth has 81 times the mass of the Moon, you must find a point between the two, from which the Moon is 81 times farther than the Earth. That is, divide the distance from the center of the Earth to the center of the Moon by 82. The point at that distance from the Earth's center is the center of mass. I understand this point is still within the Earth. This point will change: If the Moon is farther away, this center of mass will also move farther away from the Earth's center.
You can use plumb lines to find its center of gravity. Hold it from one point and draw vertical line in direction of gravity (plumb line). Hold it from another point and do the same, and a third point if necessary; where the lines cross is center of gravity
It would be a solid.Melting Point: 1360.0 °C - 1633.15 °KBoiling Point: 3041.0 °C - 3314.15 °KAverage room temperature is around 23 degrees Celsius. So hopefully your room isn't in the center of the Earth.
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