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The center of mass is defined as x_CM = (m_1x_1+m_2x_2+...+m_nx_n)/(m_1+m_2+...+m_n), where the x_i are the (vector) location of the particles and m_i are their masses. If the object is a continuous media (not composed of a countable set of particles), we define x_CM=integral ( rho(x)*x dx) / integral ( rho(x) dx), where rho(x) is the density at point x and the integral is to be preformed over all of space (i.e. wherever rho is positive). If you have an object and want to practically find the center of mass. Attach a wire to some point on it and hang it from that point. Then draw a line straight down from the hanging point and threw the body. Do this a few times with different hanging points. The intersection of the lines is the center of mass.

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0the center mass of an object is in the center of such objects. you can find it by spining the object. :)

The object's mass, and how far you are from its center of mass.

In this case, the center of mass will be closer to the object with greater mass.

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Only objects that have the exact size, shape, mass and density distribution can have the same center of mass. Any variation and the center of gravity would move. Furthermore, only objects that are geometrically symmetrical (think sphere) can have a center of gravity at their geometric center.

Triple-beam balances will find the mass of various objects!

Toward the center of mass of the object or objects attracting you. Gravity also pulls it/them toward the center of mass of you.

The distance from the center of mass to Earth, times the mass of the Earth, must be equal to the distance of the center of mass to the Moon, times the mass of the Moon. (For more than 2 objects, the calculation is somewhat more complicated - reading about "center of mass" can give you an idea.)The distance from the center of mass to Earth, times the mass of the Earth, must be equal to the distance of the center of mass to the Moon, times the mass of the Moon. (For more than 2 objects, the calculation is somewhat more complicated - reading about "center of mass" can give you an idea.)The distance from the center of mass to Earth, times the mass of the Earth, must be equal to the distance of the center of mass to the Moon, times the mass of the Moon. (For more than 2 objects, the calculation is somewhat more complicated - reading about "center of mass" can give you an idea.)The distance from the center of mass to Earth, times the mass of the Earth, must be equal to the distance of the center of mass to the Moon, times the mass of the Moon. (For more than 2 objects, the calculation is somewhat more complicated - reading about "center of mass" can give you an idea.)

To its center of mass (the singularity)

use a scale to find the mass

No, many objects have no mass (at least no mass that is part of the body concerned) at their centre of mass. Not ,necessarily. Center of mass is an imaginary point.(at least no mass that is part of the body concerned)

All objects which have mass have a centre of gravity.

That's called the center of mass.

How can you find the center of mass of an object like a bottle rocket?

An object's center of mass accounts for why objects, like a broom, can stand on its own. Center of mass means that all of the object's mass is even around one center or point. "The center of mass of a body may be defined as the average location of the mass distribution."

Its mass and the distance from the center of the earth.

Objects will always be pulled to the center of the mass.

mass divided by volume... mass/volume=density

That's the center of mass of two or more objects that orbit each other.

Well the Sun has the most mass in the entire solar system, so it would naturally be found in the center, with objects of lesser mass orbiting it.

Molar mass is a term applied for molecules, not for other objects.

For two point masses of equal mass, the center of gravity is the center of mass and is located midway between the two point masses.

Center of gravity is the average position of the distribution of the weight of an object. For objects near the earth's surface, center of gravity is the same location as center of mass. This is because weight and mass are proportional.

You use grams to find the mass of an object.

The kilogram.

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