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  • "A gyroscope is a device for measuring or maintaining orientation, based on the principle of conservation of angular momentum. In physics this is also known as gyroscopic inertia or rigidity in space. The essence of the device is a spinning wheel on an axle. The device, once spinning, tends to resist changes to its orientation due to the angular momentum of the wheel." - Wikipedia is some pretty awesome stuff. [image]http://www.centennialofflight.gov/essay/Dictionary/Gyroscope/DI105G1.jpg[image] (im aware those [image] things don't work, i just think they look cool) You can also try this experiment at home.. take a bicycle wheel and put something through it.. spin the wheel while you hold it infront of you.. try moving it around.. (side to side.. not up and down..) (it should give you a better understanding of the wikipedia quote)
  • i have homework on this and this site is not helping me at all yall need new info

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