What is the Definition of Center of Gravity in Physics

Definition of Center of Gravity in Physics


The Centre of Gravity is a point at which the whole weight of the body appears to act.



Centre of Gravity of Regular Shaped Objects


We can find the centre of gravity of any regular shaped body having the following shapes:



  1. Triangle:


The point of intersection of all the medians


  1. Circle:


Centre of Gravity of circle is also the Centre of Gravity.


  1. Square:


Point of intersection of the diagonals


  1. Parallelogram:


Point of intersection of the diagonals


  1. Sphere:


Centre of the sphere.


The third group both read and listened at the same time. Then all the participants passed the test for the assimilation of the material. “We found no significant differences in understanding among those who read, listened, and combined reading with listening,” Rogowski says. But it is too early to draw conclusions. In this experiment, e-books were used, not paper books. There is evidence that when we read from the screen, we understand and remember the material worse. And if Rogowski had used paper books, the results might have been different.

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