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Is the weight of an object is constant in both polar regions and near the equater??? Explain it why??

Is the weight of an object is constant in both polar regions and near the equater??? Explain it why??

Grade:7

2 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
Yes, you weigh less on the equator than at the North or South Pole, but the difference is small. Note that your body itself does not change. Rather it is the force of gravity and other forces that change as you approach the poles. These forces change right back when you return to your original latitude.
Yashraj
915 Points
one year ago
On the surface of the Earth, the weight of an object is approximately the same but some lesser on equator. Let me give you two situations with a human standing on a scale. ... than 24 hours) while at the pole you just turn around in a zero radius circle. ... An object moving at a constant speed and moving in a circle does indeed accelerate.

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