the centre of mass lie outside the body , Physics

For which of the following does the centre of mass lie outside the body
1. A pencil
2. A shotput
3. A dice
4. A bangle

Solution) 4. bangle ;
centre of mass of hollow objects mainly lie outside the body. example: hollow sphere , hollow ring etc

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