Answer : Option AExplaination / Solution:
A perfectly rigid body is hypothetical in nature but for some phenomena ( in rotational bodies ) we assume bodies are perfectly rigid i.e. the intermolecular forces are always in equilibrium irrespective of the external forces due to which their shape and size are constant.
Q2.Elasticity is the property of a body, by virtue of which
Answer : Option CExplaination / Solution:
When external force is applied on the solid bodies, the solid bodies get deformed. The atoms or molecules are displaced from their equilibrium positions causing a change in the interatomic ( or intermolicular ) distances. When the deforming foce is removed, the interatomic forces tend to drive them back to their original postions. Thus the body regains its original shape and size.