What Is the Inverse Square Law?


The inverse square law is a law that states the physical amount or strength is inversely relative to the square of the distance from the origin of that physical amount. Any point source that spreads its influence evenly in all directions without limit to its range obeys the inverse square law.
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The inverse suare law is defined as the law that a field will follow if it's strength decreases as the distance it travels starts to increae.
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