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How to find the value of the universal gravitational constant?

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How to find the value of the universal gravitational constant?

Gravitatonal Constant:

Sir Issac Newton, an English mathematician gave a law to help explain how earth attracts every massive body around it. The law is known as Newton's law of gravitation and says that two massive bodies attract each other when placed at a distance from each other. The attractive force that is between the two massive objects is known as gravitational force.

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The value of the universal gravitational constant is the magnitude of the gravitational force between two masses of unit mass and unit distance...

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Gravitational Pull of the Earth: Definition & Overview

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Earth's gravitational pull is often misunderstood, but without it, life on Earth would be impossible. In this lesson, we'll define the gravitational pull and give some examples of how it is used. A quiz is provided to test your understanding.


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