A 689N person lies down on a 2m, 30N board. Their feet are exactly at fulcrum. They are 1.75m tall. Scale reads 330N. Where is their center of mass relative to their feet? Where is their center of mass as a percent of their height?
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A 689N person lies down on a 2m, 30N board. Their feet are exactly at fulcrum....
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