What is the centre point of gravity?, Physics

An imaginary point in a body of matter where, for convenience in certain calculations, the total weight of the body may be thought to be at that point.It is a point where the gravity acts.

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IT IS THE CENTRE OF MASS i.e WHERE THE ENTIRE MASS IS SAID TO BE CONCENTRATED

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