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`        What will be the decrese in the value of g on going at a height R/2 above the earth's surface ?`
one year ago

Vikas TU
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```							gravity acceleration above the earth is given by the formulae: => geff. = GM/(h + R)^2where h is the distance from the earth’s surface.geff. = GM/(R + R/2)^2 => 4GM/9R^2 at earth’s surface the g = GM/R^2decrease in value of g => GM/R^2 –  4GM/9R^2 => 5GM/9R^2Where G is gravity constant and M is the earth’s mass and R is the radius of earth.
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