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Center Of Gravity HighChair!
Transcript of Center Of Gravity HighChair!
By: Janique Simmons and Kayla Seenraine Wednesday, June 18th 2014 Day1. Science
In your own words, explain center of gravity and how it affects the stability of a structure.
The towers used by radio broadcasters are tall and slender. Using the term center of gravity, describe 3 ways you could make a tower more stable without decreasing its height.
Today we will be talking about where the center of gravity is in a highchair. We are going to explain center of gravity and how it affects the stability of a structure. Also 3 ways you could make a tower more stable without decreasing its height. The last thing we'll be talking about or rather showing you is a diagram of a highchair and where the likely location of the center of gravity and perimeter base is. Let's get started!
Center of gravity highchair
Most highchairs are designed with legs that are wider at the bottom than at the top because
Explain why most highchairs are designed with legs that are wider at the bottom than at the top explain.
One way is to make the base more wider and stronger