A condition for mechanical equilibrium is that the sum of the forces acting equal zero. Another condition is that the sum of the _____A) centrifugal forces also equal zero B) centers of gravity balance.C) torques equal zero.D) rotational inertias equal zero.
E) centripetal forces also equal zero.

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