Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation: Equation
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It is a push or a pull.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
What is the unit of force?Users enter free textType an Answer30s
From the equation, "m" stands for?Users enter free textType an Answer30s
What is the unit of mass?Users enter free textType an Answer30s
Force is directly proportional to object's mass means?
If mass decreases, distance also decreases.
When mass increases, force will decrease.
When mass increases, force will also increase.30s
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.30s
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.30s
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What is the value of the universal gravitational constant?
.................x10-11N.m Kg2Users enter free textType an Answer30s
Using your calculator, what is the product if the value of m1 is 2.3x10-8kg and the value of m2 is 1.6x1022kg?
Two spherical objects have masses of 2.5x105 kg and 8.5x102 kg . Their centers are separated by a distance of 2.5x104 m. What is the gravitational force acting between them?
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