Where is the C.G. of a (1) Ring (2) Rhombus

Answer:

C.G implies centre of gravity.

What is meant by the centre of gravity?

The centre of gravity is a theoretical point in the body where the body’s total weight is concentrated. Knowing the centre of gravity is important because it predicts how a moving body would behave when subjected to gravity, and it can also be used to construct static structures like buildings and bridges.

(1) Centre of gravity of the ring – In the Centre of the ring. The centre of gravity of a circular ring is located at the centre of the circle by which the ring is formed.

(2) Centre of gravity of the Rhombus – At the point of intersection of the diagonals. The centre of gravity of a rhombus is situated at the intersection point of the two diagonals of the rhombus.

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