Let $\bar{N}_{\mathrm{m}}$ and $\bar{N}_{0}$ be respectively the non-dimensional locations of the stick-fixed maneuver point and stick-fixed neutral point of a low speed conventional aircraft. These distances are measured with respect to the nose of the fuselage. The numerical value of $\bar{N}_{\mathrm{m}}-\bar{N}_{0}$

(A) will always be negative

(B) will always be positive

(C) will always be zero

(D) can have any value depending on the location of the center of gravity of the aircraft

Let $\bar{N}_{\mathrm{m}}$ and $\bar{N}_{0}$ be respectively the non-dimensional locations of the stick-fixed maneuver point and stick-fixed neutral point of a low speed conventional aircraft. These distances are measured with respect to the nose of the fuselage. The numerical value of $\bar{N}_{\mathrm{m}}-\bar{N}_{0}$

(A) will always be negative

(B) will always be positive

(C) will always be zero

(D) can have any value depending on the location of the center of gravity of the aircraft

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