What is stability physics?
Stability is a measure of how likely it is for an object to topple over when pushed or moved. Stable objects are very difficult to topple over, while unstable objects topple over very easily. An object will topple over if its centre of gravity is ‘outside’ the base, or edge, on which it balances.
What does stability mean in biology?
Stability (of ecosystem) refers to the capability of a natural system to apply self—regulating mechanisms so as to return to a steady state after an outside disturbance.
Thus, psychological science is centrally concerned with assessment of the stability of individual variation. Stability is consistency in the relative standing or rank of individuals in a group on some ^ through time (Figure 1).
- What is stability physics?
- What does stability mean in biology?
- What is stability in social science?
- Why is stability important in society?
- Why is stability important for a child?
- What is social instability?
- What is social stability in education?
- What is stability refers to its ability?
- What is economic stability?
- How do you bring growth to stability?
- What is economic stability and growth?
- How is economic stability measured?
- How does economic stability impact health?
- What are the effects of economic stability?
- What factors affect financial stability?
- Why is financial strength important?
- What does financial capacity mean?
- What is meant by financial sustainability?
- What is social sustainable development?
- What is the difference between green finance and sustainable finance?