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Fri January 11, 2013 By:
 

i have a question that- mass of the centre of mass is equal to the mass of the rigid body. true or false

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Sun January 13, 2013
No, mass of the centre of mass is not equal to the mass of the rigid body.
In simple language centre of mass is a point in space determined by a distribution of mass such as a solid object, a collection of objects, or a gas, such that a uniform force acting on the whole distribution acts as if the distribution were located at just that point. so mass of the centre of mass is not need to be equal to the mass of the rigid body.
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