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There are a number of things that can help your balance. You could try walking with books on your hand, walking a tightrope, or taking some ballet classes. If you’re a hex nut, however, you’re going to need some help from magnets and their magnetic fields. Do you think you have the magnetism it takes to master the Balancing Hex Nut Challenge?
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