Give a reason why mass of a body is constant everywhere.
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The mass of an object is the same everywhere because the number of particles in an object remains constant
Mass is a measure of quantity of matter I. An object
The quantity of matter contained in an object remains the same everywhere
From definition, mass is the quantity of matter in an object.
The quantity [ number of molecule ] remains unaltered when the body is shifted to different places, hence the mass remains constant
the number of particles in an object remains the same
This is because the quantity of the particles in a body does not change whenever its shifted to