anonymous
  • anonymous
The periodic rise and fall of large bodies of water due to the gravitational interaction between the earth and the Moon are called __________.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
tides
anonymous
  • anonymous
the phenomenon of tides can be best observed on afull moon day when the orientation of moon w.r.to earth gives maximum attraction
anonymous
  • anonymous
also, i believe these forces are stronger when the moon is at perigee than at apogee because of its closer proximity to Earth. someone more intuitive than me may want to verify this for us.

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