Examples of Gravitational Force?

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Gravitational force can be defined as a pulling non contact force of attraction that tends to pull objects towards the earth's surface. The higher the gravitational force, the higher the falling speed of objects.
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Gravitational force is the force of attraction that comes between all masses in the universe due to the invisible force of gravity: most especially the attraction of the earths mass for bodies close to its surface. It acts towards the centre of the mass of an object and has its magnitude is given by mg where m stands for mass and g stands for gravitational acceleration.
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F = G. Mm/r. 2. where G is the gravitational accelaration constant apprximately equal to 6.67 x 10.11.
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