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Old 2007-03-24, 06:09   #27
davieddy
 
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Time to state my argument.
Rotating the table through 90 degrees replaces one of the
diagonal pairs of feet with the other, so the rocking is on the
other pair of feet.
Somewhere in between, the rocking changes from one pair
of feet to the other. At this point, all four feet are grounded.

I have been applying this for 35 years with 100% success!
(With the exception of Wacky's concavity condition
or coplanarity failing).

David

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