Center-of-gravity meaning

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The point in or near a body at which the gravitational potential energy of the body is equal to that of a single particle of the same mass located at that point and through which the resultant of the gravitational forces on the component particles of the body acts.
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The definition of center of gravity is the place in a system or body where the weight is evenly dispersed and all sides are in balance.

An example of center of gravity is the middle of a seesaw.

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That point in a body or system around which its mass or weight is evenly distributed or balanced and through which the force of gravity acts.
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(physics) A point, near or within a body, through which its weight can be assumed to act when considering forces on the body and its motion under gravity. This coincides with the center of mass in a uniform gravitational field.
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The point of greatest importance, interest, or activity.
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(figuratively) Any pivotal or central idea or group.
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The center of mass of an object in the presence of a uniform gravitational field.
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Attributive form of center of gravity.

Center-of-gravity data for the structures.

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