What Two Factors Determine the Force of Gravity between Two Objects?

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Mass and the distance between the objects are factors that determine the force of gravity between two objects. You can refer back to the law of gravity for more research on this topic.
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The mass, or gravity, of the objects and the distance between them help to keep the Earth and Moon in orbit. Gravity is a force of attraction between two objects ...
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