Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation: Equation

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- Q1
It is a

**push**or a**pull**.Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete - Q2
What is the unit of force?

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From the equation, "m" stands for?

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What is the unit of mass?

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Force is

to object's mass means?*directly proportional*If mass decreases, distance also decreases.

When mass increases, force will decrease.

When mass increases, force will also increase.

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If the two masses are

**closer**to one another,The weaker the force.

The greater the force acting between them

The lesser the force acting between them.

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When two masses are

**farther away**from one another,The weaker the gravitational force.

Both of their masses are equal.

The greater the gravitational force.

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Fill in the missing value.

What is the value of the universal gravitational

?*constant*.................x10

^{-11}N.m Kg^{2 }Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete - Q9
Using your calculator, what is the product if the value of m1 is 2.3x10

^{-8}kg and the value of m2 is 1.6x10^{22}kg?3.68x10

^{14 }Kg3.068x10

^{14 }Kg3.608x10

^{-14 }Kg36.8x10

^{14 }Kg30sEditDelete - Q10
Two spherical objects have masses of 2.5x10

^{5}kg and 8.5x10^{2}kg . Their centers are separated by a distance of 2.5x10^{4}m. What is the gravitational force acting between them?2.3678x10

^{11}N2.5678x10

^{-12}N22.678x10

^{-10}N2.2678x10

^{-11}N30sEditDelete