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 formulas:newtons_law [2018/05/13 09:17]jakobadmin ↷ Page moved from equations:newtons_law to formulas:newtons_law formulas:newtons_law [2020/04/02 13:23] (current)82.37.83.13 [Newton's law of Gravity] Typos Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2020/04/02 13:23 [Newton's law of Gravity] Typos2018/05/13 09:17 jakobadmin ↷ Page moved from equations:newtons_law to formulas:newtons_law2018/03/28 10:23 jakobadmin 2018/03/28 08:45 jakobadmin [Abstract] 2018/03/28 08:45 jakobadmin [Why is it interesting?] 2018/03/28 08:37 jakobadmin 2018/03/28 08:36 jakobadmin [Intuitive] 2018/03/28 08:36 jakobadmin 2018/03/27 06:47 jakobadmin 2018/03/27 06:47 jakobadmin 2018/03/26 17:45 jakobadmin 2018/03/26 17:42 jakobadmin created 2020/04/02 13:23 [Newton's law of Gravity] Typos2018/05/13 09:17 jakobadmin ↷ Page moved from equations:newtons_law to formulas:newtons_law2018/03/28 10:23 jakobadmin 2018/03/28 08:45 jakobadmin [Abstract] 2018/03/28 08:45 jakobadmin [Why is it interesting?] 2018/03/28 08:37 jakobadmin 2018/03/28 08:36 jakobadmin [Intuitive] 2018/03/28 08:36 jakobadmin 2018/03/27 06:47 jakobadmin 2018/03/27 06:47 jakobadmin 2018/03/26 17:45 jakobadmin 2018/03/26 17:42 jakobadmin created Line 5: Line 5:  ​  ​ - Newton'​s law of Gravity tells us that the $\color{blue}{\text{gravitational force}}$ between $\color{red}{\text{two}}$ $\color{orange}{\text{masses}}$ gets smalles ​as the masses are removed $\color{magenta}{\text{farer away from each other}}$. ​ + Newton'​s law of Gravity tells us that the $\color{blue}{\text{gravitational force}}$ between $\color{red}{\text{two}}$ $\color{orange}{\text{masses}}$ gets smaller ​as the masses are removed $\color{magenta}{\text{further ​away from each other}}$. ​ In addition, it tells us that the //exact// strength of the $\color{blue}{\text{gravitational force}}$ is determined by the $\color{olive}{\text{gravitational constant}},​$ the $\color{red}{\text{two}}$ $\color{orange}{\text{masses}}$ of the objects in the system and the $\color{magenta}{\text{distance between them}}$. In addition, it tells us that the //exact// strength of the $\color{blue}{\text{gravitational force}}$ is determined by the $\color{olive}{\text{gravitational constant}},​$ the $\color{red}{\text{two}}$ $\color{orange}{\text{masses}}$ of the objects in the system and the $\color{magenta}{\text{distance between them}}$. - So given an object with some known $\color{red}{\text{mass}}$,​ we can immediately calculate the $\color{blue}{\text{force}}$ it exerts onto antother ​$\color{orange}{\text{mass}}$.  ​ + So given an object with some known $\color{red}{\text{mass}}$,​ we can immediately calculate the $\color{blue}{\text{force}}$ it exerts onto another ​$\color{orange}{\text{mass}}$.  ​ ​ ​  ​  ​ 