Question #c1c24

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Oct 24, 2017

Answer:

A negative body assuming that the body is not charged.

Explanation:

The logical explanation is that if it is rubbed with a positive body it doesn't become negatively charged as a positive body is in a condition to obtain charges than to give it.
A neutral body has either no charge or has equilibrium charges and hence it can't give charges.
A negatively charged body has excess of charge and can give away charge and hence a body is likely to be negatively cahrged.