Gravity is the pulling force at the centre of the earth that keeps things from floating. The earth's gravity measures at 9.8 metres squared per second. Gravity does not depend on any factor though it is affected by acceleration and weight.
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Gravity is dependent upon the amount of mass that is present to activate a certain amount of gravitational force. It is also dependent upon the amount of attractive forces between objects.
The standard acceleration due to gravity (standard acceleration of free fall), sometimes abbreviated as standard gravity, usually denoted by or , is the nominal gravitational acceleration of an object...