One of the science Snacks (which is what we discuss here) describes a
way to find the center of gravity of a long, thin object, even if the
object's weight is unevenly distributed. I don't know if that will help
you or not. You can check it at
You might also find useful information at
If you still need help, you might want to do a little research on the
web or ask your local librarian for some books on the subject or consult
your daughter's teacher.
> Do you have any infomation that could help my daughter with her
> science project on the human body center of gravity? She needs to
> show how a person's center of gravity changes after eating a meal.
> Thank you
> Phyllis W.
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