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Moon - sun = minimum tidal range
Tides are waves that circulate the planet as a result of the back and forth gravitational pull of the sun and the moon as it interacts with the planet Earth during their yearly and monthly orbits. A neap tide occurs seven days after the spring tide w...
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The answer to this is that the force of the earth and the force of the fruit that is falling from the tree are equal. There are still a lot of people who may become confused with force and motion but they know that they can never go wrong with understanding how gravity works. It is throug...Read More

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The moon is a satellite on earth. The mass of the moon is 7.347 x 1022kg. The mass of the moon is only equivalent to 1.2 percent the mass of the Earth. However the moon appears large because it's closet celestial body to the Earth. The Earth's moon is the 5th largest moon in the solar sys...Read More

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Isaac Newton was known for his law of universal gravitation. Isaac Newton was believed to have found this out because an apple fell on his head when he was sitting under a tree. It is believed that on Earth there is a gravitational pull towards the Earth. This means that the core on Earth pulls...Read More

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F1 and F2 are equal.

Gravity causes object to quicken with equal rate. All the more for the most part, free fall with equal rate is the property of gravity. Weight isn't property of gravity. ... As indicated by Newton's second Law of Motion, Force = mass duplicated by the...
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C is the answer to this question because the object is at rest. All of the objects that are not moving does not have any momentum because it is not moving. Even if the item is very large, this will not have any effect on the momentum of the item when it is not moving. There are actually t...Read More

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