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What happens to the gravitational force between the object if? 1) the mass of one object is doubled 2) the distance between object is doubled and tripled 3) the masses of both object are doubled 4) the masses of both objects are doubled

Asked by 13th September 2013, 5:49 AM
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The gravitational force is,
1) When mass of one object is doubled:
Thus, force also doubles.
2) Distance is doubled:
Thus, force becomes one-fourth.
When distance is tripled:
Thus, force becomes one-ninth.
3) When masses of both object are doubled:
Thus, force becomes four times.
4) Question is same as 3rd.
Answered by Expert 13th September 2013, 9:31 AM
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