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When you stand at rest on batrhroom scale ,how does your weight compare with the support force by scale?

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To understand this visualized all the forces acting on the scale. The forces acting on the scale will be the weight and the support force applied to the scale by its supports.

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The direction of the support force is toward upward whil...

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