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The Law of Gravity

Newton's law of universal gravitation states that the force of gravity (F) between two objects of masses m and M is given by ...

F GmM r2 where ris the distance between the two objects and G is Newton's constant. G is very small since gravity is very weak. There are at least two implications to this law of gravity ...

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