my question is from the topic gravitation.But in the chapter and topic column there was no such option.Without filling that it was not proceding, so i have registered that name.
My question is,
I read a sentence that, Gravitational acceleration decreases with increase in hight and depth.but why depth?why dont we measure depth with negative sign convension?
Asked by alarkhardikar10 | 20th Jul, 2014, 08:32: AM
The expression for acceleration due to gravity at a depth d is,
gd = g ( 1 - d/R)
From the above expression it is clear that the value of acceleration due to gravity decrease with increase in depth.
Answered by Sheetal Jalan | 20th Jul, 2014, 10:13: PM
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