What would be the COM of the body if it is on space and on moon ? (PRAGATI GUPTA)
Asked by vstvisharad51 | 8th Nov, 2014, 05:16: PM
The centre of mass of a body is the distribution of mass of individual particles of that object in space.
It is given as
Now, when the object is taken in outer space or on Moon, its particle distribution does not change.
So, its centre of mass will be the same as that on Earth.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 10th Nov, 2014, 12:12: PM
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