# PHYSICS

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**Niisha**

Last updated 9 years ago

** Discipline: **

Science ** Subject: **

Physics
** Grade:**

11

Newtons Law of Universal Gravitational

When do we use this equation?We would use this equation when we have two circular objects; and when we are trying to find their force of attraction, distance between them, and their mass.

The higher up you are from the equator the more your gravitational force willl decrease. The closer you are to the equator the more your gravitational force will increase.

What does "G" Stand for?The "G" stands for gravitational constant, which is the same every where in the universe. The value is 6.67x10^-11 NxM^2/kg^2

Example of the gravitational value at different alltitudesThe value of gravity changes at different alltitudes on earth due to an actual difference in the gravitational force between the equator and poles.

Example of equation

What is Newtons law of universal Gravtitation?This law allows you to caculate the gravitational force between two objects away from their masses and also the distance between them.

What is the relationship between them?The gravitational force is directly proportional to the mass of both interacting objects, more masses of objects will attract each other with the greater gravitational force.

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