A ball ? is always in neutral equilibrium. Explain.
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On disturbing the ball; its center of gravity is neither raised nor lowered from its original position, but always remains at the same height. Thus its position of the centre of gravity doesn’t change.
when it is toppled, its state remains the same.
the position of it’s c.o.g remains constant in height.
The position of it’s cog does not change.