# Centre of Gravity of Regular Objects

## Trending Questions

**Q.**

The point at which the whole weight of the body appears to be concentrated is called

centroid

centre of gravity

central point

inertial point

**Q.**

The centre of gravity of an object always lies within the body of the object.

True

False

**Q.**

The center of gravity of a regular object is always at its geometric center.

True

False

**Q.**

Why do females have a lower center of gravity than males?

**Q.**Why earth is not moving towards the sun by gravitational force?

**Q.**

The center of gravity of a uniform wire is at the middle of its length and when the same wire is bent into the form of a circle, the center of gravity still remains at the same point.

True

False

**Q.**

**The centre of gravity of boomerang is always situated**

inside the material of the body.

outside the material of the body.

at one of its end.

None of the above.

**Q.**

What is Centre of gravity?

**Q.**

What is the point of an object where the force of gravity is considered to act?

**Q.**

Which of the following is/are true about the centre of gravity?

It is the point at which the mass of a body is assumed to be concentrated.

A body can have multiple centres of gravity.

The centre of gravity of an object need not always coincide with its geometric centre.

A body can be balanced at its geometrical centre if it coincides with the centre of gravity

**Q.**At which point is the centre of gravity situated in: A triangular lamina

- At the point of intersection of its perpendicular bisectors.
- At the point of intersection of its angular bisectors.
- At the point of intersection of its sides
- At the point of intersection of its medians.

**Q.**

The centre of gravity of a uniform ball is

at its geometric centre

at its bottom

at its topmost point

at any point on its surface

**Q.**

A body is more stable if its centre of gravity is closer to the base than when it is further away.

True

False

**Q.**

The position of centre of gravity of a body remains unchanged even when the body is deformed.

False

True

**Q.**Where does the center of gravity of the atmosphere of the earth approximately lie?

- At the centre of the Earth
- At a height equal to one-third the radius of Earth above the Earth's surface
- At a height equal to the radius of the Earth above the earth's surface
- At height equal to half the radius of the Earth above the Earth's surface

**Q.**if radius of planet r is increased to 3r, how must density d change to keep the acceleration due to gravity g constant

**Q.**

Which of the following is/are true about the centre of gravity?

It is the point through which the weight of the body can be assumed to act.

A body can have multiple centres of gravity.

The centre of gravity of an object need not always coincide with its geometric centre.

A body can be balanced at a single point if it coincides with the centre of gravity.