Civil Engineering - Applied Mechanics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Applied Mechanics - Section 1 (Q.No. 1)
The centre of gravity of a triangle is at the point where three
medians of the triangle meet
perpendicular bisectors of the sides of the triangle meet
bisectors of the angle of the triangle meet
none of these.
Answer: Option
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Sumeet said:   3 years ago
Medians which equally divides the triangle.

Therefore 3medians will get the Centroid of a triangle.

Which is the center of gravity of a triangle?

Dipak Dey said:   6 years ago
Very nice description. Thanks.

Arthy said:   7 years ago
Right answer. It is also called the centroid of the triangle.

Shakir said:   7 years ago
Center of triangle is h/3 for 90° & 2h/3 from vertex.

Nikhil chopade said:   8 years ago
Answer is perfect.

Md Abu Athar said:   8 years ago
Center of gravity is at the medians meeting point because it is equally divided and all are pointing at that.

Hema said:   10 years ago
Centre of gravity act at the middle point of triangle.

Nirakh said:   10 years ago
Center of gravity is at center of triangle it is proved by method of finding center of mass.

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