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wel i hav some doubts on gravitation pls help

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Why is g maximum in Jupiter?
hosein?
im thinking

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wat i think is the jupiter is biggest planet
but according that thinking g should be smallest in jupiter!!
pls help
pls wait i should see books
k
are you sure g is max? jupiters' r is big
sorry biggest not big
i think hence mass of it ,is very bigger than radius, g is so big i answer this by this formula\[mg'=GmM/R ^{2}\rightarrow g'=GM/R ^{2}\] M=1.8986 *10^27 & R=11 * 6400 *10^3
soory so late
for more see this web http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jupiter
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a hole is drilled from the surface of the earth and a ball is thrown inside .the ball executes SHM why?
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this is not a qn on SHM!!!
gravitation force couse of it \[F _{gravitation}=ma\] |dw:1328451210520:dw| i will say detail... as soon as possible
The ball experiencing SMH, because once you're belong the surface of the earth, the gravitational force is directly proportional to the radial distance from the center of the earth. Hence the force the ball experiences is exactly like that it would experience on a spring.

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