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The larger the mass of an object...
The smaller the force of gravity.
The larger the force of gravity.
Mass has no effect on the amount of gravity an object experiences.
As the distance between objects increases...
The smaller the force of gravity.
The larger the force of gravity.
Mass has no effect on the amount of gravity an object experiences.
Doubling the mass of an object...
...will double the force of gravity.
...will half the force of gravity.
...will quadruple the force of gravity.
...will quarter the force of gravity.
Doubling the distance between two objects...
...will double the force of gravity.
...will half the force of gravity.
...will quadruple the force of gravity.
...will quarter the force of gravity.
Halving the distance between two objects...
...will double the force of gravity.
...will half the force of gravity.
...will quadruple the force of gravity.
...will quarter the force of gravity.
If Mass 1 is doubled (2m) and Mass 2 is tripled (3m) it will..
...will double the force of gravity.
...will triple the force of gravity.
...will multiply the force of gravity by a factor of six
...will reduce the force of gravity by a factor of six
If Mass 1 is doubled (2m) and the distance between the two masses is doubled (2r) it will...
...will double the force of gravity.
...will halve the force of gravity.
...will multiply the force of gravity by a factor of four.
...will reduce the force of gravity by a factor of four.
what is 'g' of earth
(our acceleration due to gravity)
10
12
6.67*10-11(that is power -11)
6.67
Formula for weight is
an object has a mass 36 kg on earth find its weight on the moon (approximated values - use context clues)
360 N
300 N
60 N
10 N
which is the weakest force in nature
Electrostatic force
Strong Nuclear force
weak nuclear force
gravitational force
How is the gravitational force between to objects related to their mass
They are directly proportional
They are inversely proportional
They do not affect each other
They are equal
If the distance between 2 masses is increased then the force of gravitation between them will...
increase
decrease
stay the same
Which of the following formulas is the correct equation for the law of Universal gravitation?
How is the gravitational force between to objects related to their distance (radius apart)
They are directly proportional
They are inversely proportional
They do not affect each other
They are equal
What kind of orbit does each planet in our solar system have!
Circular
Elliptical
Round
Square
In your own words, describe what 'Geosynchronous' orbit is.
As we orbit the Sun, when is the Earth moving the fastest?
When we are farthest away
When we are closest
We orbit at constant velocity
True or False!
If you travel to the Moon, your mass will change.
True
False
What is Perigee?
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