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`        Graphically show the variation of (i) ‘g’ with r for r>Re, r(ii) Gravity with r for r>Re r`
one year ago

Vikas TU
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```							Dear student,For r greater than Re,g = GM/(R + r)^2 => GM/R^2(1 + r/R)^2 = gs/(1+h/R)^2 (where gs = GM/R^2)Further, g = gs*(1+h/R)^-2 = > gs*(1 – 2h/R) For r less than Re, it would beg  = GM(R – r)/R^3 => gs*(1-h/R)
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