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www.qrg.northwestern.edu/projects/vss/docs/space-environment/3-mass-and-distance-affects-gravity.html

Gravity is a fundamental underlying force in the universe. The amount of gravity that something possesses is proportional to its mass and distance between it ...

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The force of gravity decreases rapidly as distance increases.

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The force of gravity between two objects is determined by the mass of each ... is affected by the strength of the charge and the distance between the objects.

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Aug 2, 2015 ... Does gravity have you down? Well, you are not alone. Gravity is the force that pulls objects with mass toward each other. It is what holds ... you to the earth. Learn how the strength of gravity is affected by mass and distance.

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Apr 25, 2017 ... Or more simply: Gravitational force=(G_mass1_mass2)/(square of distance), where G is Newton's gravitational constant. You can use this law to ...

scienceblogs.com/startswithabang/2013/11/15/ask-ethan-11-why-does-gravity-get-weaker-with-distance

Nov 15, 2013 ... Why does gravity decrease the further away you are from the object? ... a force that increases linearly with distance (like a spring does), and there's a ... of the strength of gravity is the knowledge that all orbiting bodies do not ...

static.nsta.org/extras/adi-physicalscience/Lab6Handout-StrengthOfGravitationalForce.pdf

How Does the Gravitational Force That Exists Between Two Objects ... The first person to determine how mass and distance affect the strength of the grav-.

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Oct 1, 2015 ... The equation for magnetic force is similar to Coulomb's Law (if you are ... If the distance between two magnets is doubled the magnetic force ...

www2.austincc.edu/jheath/Stellar/Hand/NULOG/nulog.htm

Picture the force of gravity as the tension in an imaginary rope between two objects. What factors determine the strength of the pull between two objects? ... If, for example, we triple the distance between two objects, the gravitational force between ... we need to know the value of G. But that's not how Newton himself did it.