Tal_Tal
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If two objects are close to each other and the mass of one object increases, what happens to the force of gravity acting between the objects? It decreases It stays the same It increases It increases or decreases, depending on how much the mass increases
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truwhovian11
  • truwhovian11
i think its the last one im kinda new here

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Tal_Tal
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gottennis121
  • gottennis121
I actually went over this question with someone else the other day. If a mass increases, will the other magnet move more or less?
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
less?
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
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gottennis121
  • gottennis121
No, there's going to be more force between the objects.
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
So it would be increasing.
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
thank you
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  • gottennis121
No prob
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oops don't listen to me any more

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