Hi! Im doing a physics project that i want desperately to do well in - I investigated how the width, height and weight affected the probability of tipping over. This topic was inspired by riding a motorbike on a slope and wondering why It did not roll. After investigating the topic I came up with the following conclutions: As the height of an object increases, the angle of the slope reached before tipping over decreases. As the width of an object increases, tha angle of the slope reached before tipping over increases. As the weight of an object increases, the angle of the slope reached before tipping over decreases. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me explain why this has occurred! I would like to give a detailed analysis of why what I investigated happens. I think it has something to do with the centre of gravity. PLEASE HELP! I really would appreciate an easily understandible explanation