# Study sets matching "gravitation newton's"

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resistance

falling objects

gravity

inertia

Air offers ________ to the motion of objects through it.

Galileo concluded that an object's weight, or mass, does NOT a…

An object is pulled to Earth by ________, an attraction betwee…

Objects with a large mass are pulled on by gravity with more f…

resistance

Air offers ________ to the motion of objects through it.

falling objects

Galileo concluded that an object's weight, or mass, does NOT a…

gravity

weight

fall at the same rate

Aristotle

a force of attraction, or pull, between any object and any oth…

The force of gravity between Earth and an object

when the effects of air resistance are removed, objects of dif…

a philosopher who lived in ancient Greece nearly 2400 years ag…

gravity

a force of attraction, or pull, between any object and any oth…

weight

The force of gravity between Earth and an object

resistance

falling objects

gravity

inertia

Air offers ________ to the motion of objects through it.

Galileo concluded that an object's weight, or mass, does NOT a…

An object is pulled to Earth by ________, an attraction betwee…

Objects with a large mass are pulled on by gravity with more f…

resistance

Air offers ________ to the motion of objects through it.

falling objects

Galileo concluded that an object's weight, or mass, does NOT a…

on the side of the Earth that faces the…

low tides occur where the Earth is not…

electricity , machinery

1, Earth's

How does the Moon cause high tides on Earth?

How are low tides caused?

The rising and falling water can be used to produce __________…

You can fit almost_______ million _______ in the Sun

on the side of the Earth that faces the…

How does the Moon cause high tides on Earth?

low tides occur where the Earth is not…

How are low tides caused?

9.6 × 10^24

40

18

1/4

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

An Earth satellite is orbiting at a distance from the Earth's…

9.6 × 10^24

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

40

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

weight is a_____

the equation for weight

universal law of gravity formula

what is the relationship between Fg and…

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

Fg=m1 m2/dsquared

directly=if mass goes up, so does Fg

weight is a_____

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

the equation for weight

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

Air offers _________ to the motion of o…

An object is pulled to Earth by _______…

Objects with a large mass are pulled on…

The force of hravity on any object is c…

resistance

gravity

inertia

weight

Air offers _________ to the motion of o…

resistance

An object is pulled to Earth by _______…

gravity

Object A and B have the same mass, whic…

Object A is far away from B, which has…

Object B has more mass than A, which ha…

Object A has more mass than B, which ha…

forces are the same

forces are the same

forces are the same

forces are the same

Object A and B have the same mass, whic…

forces are the same

Object A is far away from B, which has…

forces are the same

9.6 × 10^24

40

18

1/4

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

An Earth satellite is orbiting at a distance from the Earth's…

9.6 × 10^24

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

40

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pla…

gravitational

Constant

gravitational constant

m1 & m2

attraction toward something based on mass

not changing

movement toward something that is not changing, represented by…

the masses of the two objects

gravitational

attraction toward something based on mass

Constant

not changing

Motion

Reference point

distance

displacement

the process of changing position

the starting point that you use to describe position

the total length of your path

the distance between the start point and the final point ( poi…

Motion

the process of changing position

Reference point

the starting point that you use to describe position

What is Newton's law of Universal Gravi…

Give an example of a third law pair inv…

What is the value of the universal grav…

Two 1 kg masses are 1 m apart, what is…

F= force... G = gravity ... M= larger mass... m = smaller mass... r= dista…

Earth on Moon, Moon on Earth.

6.67 x 10^-11

The gravitational force between the two objects is... F = (G)(1)…

What is Newton's law of Universal Gravi…

F= force... G = gravity ... M= larger mass... m = smaller mass... r= dista…

Give an example of a third law pair inv…

Earth on Moon, Moon on Earth.

gravity

inertia

resistance

universal

A force of attraction between objects that is due to their mas…

A combination of the Moon's _________ and the force of gravity…

Scientists have learned that when the effects of air _________…

Newton's law of gravity is ____________ because it applies to…

gravity

A force of attraction between objects that is due to their mas…

inertia

A combination of the Moon's _________ and the force of gravity…

weight is a_____

the equation for weight

universal law of gravity formula

what is the relationship between Fg and…

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

Fg=m1 m2/dsquared

directly=if mass goes up, so does Fg

weight is a_____

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

the equation for weight

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

The initial value of the gravitational…

Two objects with masses m and M are sep…

To calculate the net gravitational forc…

3

Two objects that may be considered point masses are initially…

Two objects with masses m and M are separated by a distance d.…

To calculate the net gravitational force on one of the particl…

Each particle is of mass m.... Which of the following configurat…

The initial value of the gravitational…

Two objects that may be considered point masses are initially…

Two objects with masses m and M are sep…

Two objects with masses m and M are separated by a distance d.…

Motion

Reference point

distance

displacement

the process of changing position

the starting point that you use to describe position

the total length of your path

the distance between the start point and the final point ( poi…

Motion

the process of changing position

Reference point

the starting point that you use to describe position

between every two particles in the univ…

Force is directly proportional to the

Force is inversely proportional to the

Fg=

Force of gravitational attraction

product of their masses

Square of the distance between them

Gm1m2/r^2

between every two particles in the univ…

Force of gravitational attraction

Force is directly proportional to the

product of their masses

Gravity is the natural phenomenon by wh…

.All Objects are effected by

Weight

SI unit for weight is

all physical bodies are attracted to each other

gravity

measure of force of gravity pulling down on an object's mass

N Newton

Gravity is the natural phenomenon by wh…

all physical bodies are attracted to each other

.All Objects are effected by

gravity

law of universal gravitation

gravitational force

increases

decreases

a particle attracts every other particle in the universe using…

a force that attracts any object that has mass.

As mass increases, Fg __________________

As mass decreases, Fg _______________

law of universal gravitation

a particle attracts every other particle in the universe using…

gravitational force

a force that attracts any object that has mass.

Force field

Gravitiational field

Gravitational field strength

Gravitational field strength is measure…

A region in which an object will experience a force

A region where any mass will experience a force of gravitation…

The force which a 1kg mass experiences at that point

N.kg^-1

Force field

A region in which an object will experience a force

Gravitiational field

A region where any mass will experience a force of gravitation…