A Force is Applied on (I) a Non-rigid Body and (Ii) a Rigid Body. How Does the Effect of the Force Differ in the Above Two Cases? - Physics

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A force is applied on (i) a non-rigid body and (ii) a rigid body. How does the effect of the force differ in the above two cases?

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When force is applied on a non-rigid body it undergoes deformation i.e. change in size, shape, and position whereas a rigid body doesn’t undergo a change in shape, position, and size.

Concept: Moment (Turning Effect) of a Force Or Torque
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ICSE Class 10 Physics
Chapter 1 Force, Work, Power and Energy
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