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Homework Help: physics- cat

Posted by lau on Wednesday, June 16, 2010 at 2:00am.

A cat usually lands on its feet regardless of the position from which it is dropped. A slow-motion film of a cat falling shows that the upper half of its body twists in one direction while the lower half twists in the opposite direction. Why does this type of rotation occur?

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