What kinds of neutrinos are produced in the reaction e S 2? Explain.

Gravitational Torque Unlike tension force, which needs to be physically attached to something to act on it, gravity is a long distance force that acts on basically everything. This means that an object has gravity acting on every single particle in that object. Imagine a falling wrench. Each particle of that wrench is being pulled down the same amount by gravity. It's important to consider that one end of a wrench weighs more than the other. That means that it wouldn't simply fall without rotating, but would probably rotate in the direction of the heavier end. This effect is replicated by applying the force of gravity on the center of gravity. This is the equation for calculating it: x(cg) = (x(1)m(1) + x(2)m(2)) / (m(1) + m(2)) I won't go into why this is the equation, but I can discuss it either here or in another post if someone wants me to. Just let me know. Regarding the equation for center of gravity, it should be noted that you can use that for any number of objects. If you add a third mass, m(3) with x(3), then you can add that onto the equation as long as you follow the pattern.