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if force acts on body WHOSE ACTION LINE does not Passes through its center of gravity then body will experience A ANGULAR ACCELERATION b linear acceleration C ZERO ACCELERATION D ZERO ACCELERATION

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  1. LOL, try it with anything on your desk, gently !

    it will experience BOTH angular acceleration (spin) and linear acceleration.

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