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This site contains a discussion of the physics involved in dancing, especially ballet dancing.  The site includes definitions of basic terms such as momentum and torque, as well as diagrams that show how those concepts apply to dance.  The site includes information on many dance topics such as balance, turns, jumps, and the effects of differing body sizes.
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Classical Mechanics
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© 1996 George Gollin
Physics of dance, angular momentum, center of mass, dance, moment of inertia, momentum, rotational inertia, rotational motion
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