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Grade: 12th pass
        
In the case of stabe equilibrium, the centre of mass goes higher on being slightly displaced. For unstable equilibrium it goes lower and for neutral equilibrium it stays at the same height. Why is it so?
2 years ago

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Piyush Kumar Behera
385 Points
							
Sorry but you misunderstood the terms.please read this article carefully 
Stable Equlibrium:
Suppose you have an object in equilibrium position,when you displace the object slightly or disturb its equilibrium a net restoring force starts acting on it,and hence the object comes back to its original position.
Unstable Equlibrium:
Suppose you have an object in equilibrium position,when you displace the object slightly or disturb its equilibrium a net force starts acting on it in the direction of displacement,and hence the object goes farther from its original position and has no tendency to come back.
Neutral Equlibrium:
Suppose you have an object in equilibrium position,when you displace the object slightly or disturb its equilibrium no force (neither restoring nor supporting force) acts on the body,and hence the object stays at that position (upto which it has been displaced) and has no tendency to come back nor any tendency to go farther.
 
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