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  • one year ago

Object A attracts object B with a gravitational force of 10 newtons from a given distance. If the distance between the two objects is doubled, what is the changed force of attraction between them?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    it will be twice as weak so now there is a gravitational force of 5 newtons because if you do the oppisite of doubling which is dividing then you would divide by two and then 10 would become 5.

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    thankyou

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