Define Law of conservation of mass, Chemistry, Microeconomics

Define Law of conservation of mass, Explain briefly,

Law of conservation of mass: In all physical & chemical changes the total mass of the reactants is equal to that of the products. In other word it can be described as, matter can neither be created nor be destroyed.
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