If a two-mass system is dynamically equivalent to a rigid body, then the system will NOT satisfy the condition that the

- a)Sum of the two masses must be equal to that of the rigid body
- b)Polar moment of inertia of the system should be equal to that of the rigid body
- c)Centre of gravity (c.g.) of the system should coincide with that of the rigid body
- d)Total moment of inertia about the axis through c.g. must be equal to that of the rigid body

Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

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