If it is a 1996 First copy print run" not meaning 1st poster printed but that year".It would or at least should be in the $200.00 dollar range. More if framed nice? If it is a reissue poster which happens too often on these items than it's only worth about 3.00 bucks.So check the copy right date and the run # should correspond with the Copy date.
It is the centre of mass of a uniform triangle.
Assuming the ball is a perfect sphere of uniform density, and is suspended from a massless string, the centre of gravity is in the centre of the ball.
white star at the centre with black background
The centre of the cross-section, halfway along the length of the rod.
Towards the center of the motion.
A red cross on a white background: composed of one horizontal stripe running across the centre of the background and one vertical stripe running across the centre of the background (not to be confused with the Scottish flag, which is a red cross composed of two diagonal stripes, one going from top left to bottom right of the background, and the other going from top right to bottom left of the background).
Finland's flag is a blue cross on a white background, with the centre of the cross being left of centre of the flag. See the link below.
In Macquarie Centre - Lowes or the uniform shop inside the school.
The flag of Switzerland is a bold white cross in the centre of a red background.
Le Centre Pompidou in Paris,France is made out of recycled materials from anything!
Centripetal force is the resultant force acting towards the centre of orbit of an object undergoing uniform circular motion.
If the object is a thin lamina with uniform thickness (e.g. a piece of paper), the the centre of gravity of the object is at its geometrical centre. It can be determined by suspending a load (e.g. pendulum) on an edge of the lamina twice and the point where the plumb lines intersect is the centre of gravity.