if distance between the two masses is increased by factor of 3 then what will be the force of gravity between them be?
Asked by rusuishika | 25th Jan, 2020, 02:30: PM
Gravitational force is given as,
F = GMm/d2
Distance between two masses is increased by 3,
Changed gravitational force will be
Fc= GMm/ (3d)2
Thus, the change in the force of gravity due to change in distance between them= GMm/9d2
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 25th Jan, 2020, 11:53: PM
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