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Inverse Square Law: Gravity Applications  Astronomy …
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Let's look at this relationship in a bit more detail. Force is directly proportional to the masses of the two objects, therefore if either of the masses were doubled, the gravitational force would also double. In similar fashion, if the distance between the two objects, r, was doubled, the force of gravity would be quartered since the distance is squared in the denominator. This type of relationship is called an inverse square law, which describes many phenomena in the natural world.
…his inverse square law of gravitation
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Let’s look at this relationship in a bit more detail. Force is directly proportional to the masses of the two objects, therefore if either of the masses were doubled, the gravitational force would also double. In similar fashion, if the distance between the two objects, r, was doubled, the force of gravity would be quartered since the distance is squared in the denominator. This type of relationship is called an inverse square law, which describes many phenomena in the natural world.
The inverse square law of gravity ..
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This law tells us that the force of gravity between two objects is proportional to each of the masses(m_{1} and m_{2}) and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them (r). The universal gravitational constant, G, is a "fudge factor," so to speak, included in the equation so that your answers come out in S.I. units. G is given on the front page of your Regents Physics Reference Table as .
Coulomb's law and Newton's law are both inversesquare force laws: ..
This law tells us that the force of gravity between two objects is proportional to each of the masses(m1 and m2) and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them (r). The universal gravitational constant, G, is a "fudge factor," so to speak, included in the equation so that your answers come out in S.I. units. G is given on the front page of your Regents Physics Reference Table as .
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