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1.Can a small child play with a fat child onthe see-saw?explain how.
2.Two children are sitting on the see-saw,such that they can not swing.What is the net torque in this situation?
3.Does the speed of a ceiling fan go on increasing all the time?
4.Does the ceiling fan satisfy second condition for equilibrium when rotating with uniform speed?

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    1. Think about it. What would you do?
    2. No motion; no torque
    3. What do you think? Watch one sometime.
    4. Tell me what the "second condition for equilibrium" is first.

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    blabla blabla i hate physics

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    Boring physics

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    yes a fat chld can play with the fat child

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    No Cz Fat kid will lower the see saw and little small kid.will be lower down..in this way they cannot ppay together on a see saw .

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