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    What quantity is gravitational force ?

How much do you know about gravitation? The way the world works is exciting. Gravity itself is a natural phenomenon. It’s what keeps us safe on the ground, as opposed to floating up through the air. This test will determine...

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 528   |  Last updated: Jun 5, 2020
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    An apple falls from a tree because of the gravitational attraction between the earth and the apple. If F1 is the magnitude of the force exerted by the earth on the apple and F2 is the magnitude of the force exerted by the apple on the earth, then
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Gravitation Questions & Answers


What equation should you use to show show the effect of the gravitational pull of the sun and the moon (on tidal range during neap tides)?
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
What can you conclude from this observation? An apple falls from a tree because of the gravitational attraction between the earth and the apple. F1 is the magnitude of the force exerted by the...
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 unders
What will happen next in the given below case? An apple falls from a tree because of the gravitational attraction between the earth and the apple. F1 is the magnitude of the force exerted by...
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 E
What is the mass of the Moon?
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
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