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we know that f=m1m2/d(to the power 2) if f1=m1m2/d(to the power2) and f2=m1m2/D(to the power 2); then, f1>f2 if d we also know that f=m*a; therfore similarly; a1>f2; from this we can conclude that with the decrease in the distance the acceleration is increasing if mass is constant. now , if we consider a body with mass atleast half of the mass of the earth ,then as its distance decreases the acceleration should increase..but then how is accelaeration due to gravity constant........

we know that f=m1m2/d(to the power 2)


if f1=m1m2/d(to the power2) and f2=m1m2/D(to the power 2);


then, f1>f2 if d

we also know that f=m*a;


therfore similarly; a1>f2;


from this we can conclude that with the decrease in the distance the acceleration is increasing if mass is constant.


now , if we consider a body with mass atleast half of the mass of the earth ,then as its distance decreases the acceleration should increase..but then how is accelaeration due to gravity constant........

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