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				   Masss of an object is measured from a faulty beam balance (mass of pans are not equal). It is 60 kg when the object is left pan and 70 Kg when the object is at right pan.Find the real mass of the object.

6 years ago


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let masses of left pan right, pan and object be m,M and mo respectively



adding the above two equations, weget


therefore mass of object=65kg 

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