Mathematical Table-turning Revisited

Baritompa, Bill; Löwen, Rainer; Polster, Burkard; Ross, Marty
March 2007
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p49
Academic Journal
The article presents a solution on how to balance a mathematical table. The authors cited the use of real tables which consists of four legs and a table. It is stated that mathematical tables have four vertices of a rectangle of diameter two whose center is on the z-axis. In addition, a discontinuous ground presented square mathematical table which cannot be balanced locally.


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