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  • one year ago

i have a question about overhanging cards. suppose we have a deck of cards, I move the first card forward pass the other cards up to the point for which it won't fall. Now I move the second card with the first card on top of that forward, until the combined two cards wont fall over . continuing, move the third card, etc. im confused because the book says 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/6 ... of a card length . i think this is a center of gravity problem as well

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  1. Shido88
    • one year ago
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    nice avatar :)

  2. perl
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    |dw:1359603808023:dw|

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    thanks

  4. goformit100
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    @perl great

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