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i think you don's understand difference between MOMENT & MOMENTUM

MOMENT is use in statics means FORCE INTO PERPENDICULAR DISTANCE.

MOMENTUM is use in physics means MASS INTO VELOCITY.actually both are part of physics

so we ca't ask like this MOMENT IN PHYSICS AND STATICS??

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