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Grade: 9

                        

What is magnitude and also tell about gravitational and gravity difference

4 years ago

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Kuldeep Pal
53 Points
							
gravitation is a force between any two massive object(wheather it is planet or a small box).But Gravity is ‘’acceleration by earth’, By which the earth pulls other smaller object on earth.
The magnitude of gravitaional foece is ,F= (km1m2)/r2 
                                  where k is gravitaion constant
                                            m1 ,m2 are the masses
                                            r is the distance between masses m1 , m2.
 But magitude of gravity is always ‘g’ which is always constant = 9.88m/s2.
4 years ago
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