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Why do we take the value of 'G' in negative when solving a numericle

Asked by 31st May 2008, 5:54 AM
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Answer:

'G' , the gravitational constant is always positive

I think you are talking about 'g' , i.e gravity.

So while solving the numerical ,if the body moves upwards,'g' is taken -ve

and when it falls in downward direction 'g' is taken +ve.

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Answered by Expert 3rd June 2008, 2:17 PM
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