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This video lesson will focus on systems that are said to be in equilibrium that is, systems that are not allowed to move away from their original places or rotate about their axis. Students will learn about static equilibrium by exploring themselves what is meant by translational equilibrium and rotational equilibrium and whether an equilibrium is Stable, Unstable, or Neutral.
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