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2 November, 20:28

how can you make the gravitational force between two 50kg objects less than the gravitational force between two 5kg objects

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  1. 2 November, 21:19
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    The gravitational force between two 50kg objects could be less than the gravitational force between a 50kg and a 5kg object if the two 50kg objects are much farther apart.
  2. 2 November, 21:24
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    By increasing the distance between the two 50 kg objects compared with the distance between the 5 kg objects.

    Explanation:

    The formula for the force between 2 objects is

    Fg = (G m1 m2) / r^2

    where Fg is the force, G = gravitational constant, m1 and m2 are the masses of the objects and r = the distance between the objects.

    So as r is increased Fg is decreased.
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