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An individual center of gravity can usually be found __________. A. just above the belly button B. just above the knees C. just below the neck D. just below the hips
Answer: An individual center of gravity can usually be found While it is true that every body's center of gravity is different, if we talk in a general sense, women's centers of gravity are slightly lower than males'. [ This means that they have better balance, and hence, the quote about women being better dancers. This is primarily because women have a bigger pelvis area. The skeletal
structure of women make it so that their pelvis is bigger, since they will need the extra support come the time that they become pregnant, and their bodies support a baby. In Physics terms, this means that the lower body of women is generally heavier in comparison to their whole body, as opposed to the lower body of men. This would make the center of gravity of women slightly lower, because more of their body mass is concentrated at the lower portion of their body. › ... › Physics ]
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