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In this chapter, firstly you read concepts of "Rotational motion” and then moved to “application of Rotational motion” and finally to the concept and application of "Combined rotational and translation motion". Apart from this there...
No, it is not. Center of mass is the point at which the object can be balanced and treating a collection of masses as one mass at their common centre of mass. Center of gravity is the point from which the force of gravity acts on an object or system.
A deform-able or flexible body is one that can distort. It would normally refer to a solid object so that as it deforms, it sort of deforms in a way that it could return to its starting shape if all the external forces were removed that caused it to deform. Examples are a belt drive, rope drive, rubber band, very thin steel sheets etc.