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Gravitational Interaction

Isaac Newton

1687

Universal Law of Gravitation

long range interaction that can be exerted by objects with mas…

formulated the three laws of motion... published the law of gravi…

the year the law of gravitation was published

all particles in the universe attracts every other particles w…

Gravitational Interaction

long range interaction that can be exerted by objects with mas…

Isaac Newton

formulated the three laws of motion... published the law of gravi…

Gravitational force

Law of Universal Gravitation

Universal gravitation constant

Satellite

An attractive force that acts between any two masses.

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

6.67 E-11 N m² / kg²

Object that revolves around a larger object

Gravitational force

An attractive force that acts between any two masses.

Law of Universal Gravitation

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

Gravitational Interaction

Isaac Newton

1687

Universal Law of Gravitation

long range interaction that can be exerted by objects with mas…

formulated the three laws of motion... published the law of gravi…

the year the law of gravitation was published

all particles in the universe attracts every other particles w…

Gravitational Interaction

long range interaction that can be exerted by objects with mas…

Isaac Newton

formulated the three laws of motion... published the law of gravi…

Law of gravitation

Inertia

Accretion

Spectrograph

States that every object in the universe attracts to ever othe…

An object to resit a change in motion

Bulding something up gradually by the gatering together of sma…

Is a device that breaks light into colors and produces an imag…

Law of gravitation

States that every object in the universe attracts to ever othe…

Inertia

An object to resit a change in motion

Law of Universal Gravitation

gravitational force formula

universal gravitation constant

acceleration due to gravity on Earth

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

F = G (m1m2)/d2

6.67e-11 Nm2/kg2

9.8 m/s2

Law of Universal Gravitation

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

gravitational force formula

F = G (m1m2)/d2

Law of Universal Gravitation

gravitational force formula

universal gravitation constant

acceleration due to gravity on Earth

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

F = G (m1m2)/d2

6.67e-11 Nm2/kg2

9.8 m/s2

Law of Universal Gravitation

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

gravitational force formula

F = G (m1m2)/d2

Law of Universal Gravitation

gravitational force formula

universal gravitation constant

acceleration due to gravity on Earth

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

F = G (m1m2)/d2

6.67e-11 Nm2/kg2

9.8 m/s2

Law of Universal Gravitation

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

gravitational force formula

F = G (m1m2)/d2

Law of Universal Gravitation

gravitational force formula

universal gravitation constant

acceleration due to gravity on Earth

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

F = G (m1m2)/d2

6.67e-11 Nm2/kg2

9.8 m/s2

Law of Universal Gravitation

All objects in the universe attract each other through gravita…

gravitational force formula

F = G (m1m2)/d2

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?

Which has more gravitational pull: The…

Which has more gravitational pull: Two…

Which has more gravitational pull: You…

If every object in the universe has a g…

The sun and the earth because the sun has more mass.

A bowling ball and a marble because the bowling ball has the m…

Same gravitational pull because they have the same mass.

Because the person sitting next to me has much smaller mass th…

Which has more gravitational pull: The…

The sun and the earth because the sun has more mass.

Which has more gravitational pull: Two…

A bowling ball and a marble because the bowling ball has the m…

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…

Kepler's first law

Kepler's second law

Kepler's third law

Newton's law of gravitation

Planets move in elliptical orbits, with the sun at one focus o…

A line drawn between the sun and a planet sweeps out equal are…

The square of a planet's orbital period is proportional to the…

F(1 on 2) = F(2 on 1) = Gm₁m₂/r²

Kepler's first law

Planets move in elliptical orbits, with the sun at one focus o…

Kepler's second law

A line drawn between the sun and a planet sweeps out equal are…

Newton

Mass

Law of universal gravitation

Gravity

The metric measurement of force

The amount of matter, or the physical substance, in an object

a scientific law which states that two objects attract each ot…

The force of attraction between two objects that have mass

Newton

The metric measurement of force

Mass

The amount of matter, or the physical substance, in an object

a force that attracts objects with mass…

newton

mass and distance

gravity

what is gravitation

who found that the strength of the gravitational force between…

what are the two things that gravitational force depends on

the relationship between mass and distance affect what

a force that attracts objects with mass…

what is gravitation

newton

who found that the strength of the gravitational force between…

Force of Gravity

Centripetal Acceleration

Gravitational Field

Inverse Square Law

a force that attracts any objects with mass

acceleration of an object toward the center of a curved or cir…

the region of space surrounding a body in which the gravitatio…

The intensity of radiation is inversely proportional to the sq…

Force of Gravity

a force that attracts any objects with mass

Centripetal Acceleration

acceleration of an object toward the center of a curved or cir…

Contact Force

Non-Contact Force

Applied Force

Magnetic Force

Something that requires contact

Force that acts on objects without contact

Force that is applied to an object by a person

The attractive or repulsive force that acts between magnetic m…

Contact Force

Something that requires contact

Non-Contact Force

Force that acts on objects without contact

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 force is a _______ force

Gravitational force is a mutual force o…

gravitational force is inversely propor…

what does G equal

weak

particles of matter

centers

6.673 X 10^-11

gravitational force is a _______ force

weak

Gravitational force is a mutual force o…

particles of matter

Force of Gravity

Centripedal Acceleration

Gravitation field

Inverse square law

gravitational force on an object, mass x weight

The change in tangential velocity(magnitude is the same but di…

Measure of the force on something that has a magnitude and a d…

x = 1/y^2, value is equal to 1 divided distance squared

Force of Gravity

gravitational force on an object, mass x weight

Centripedal Acceleration

The change in tangential velocity(magnitude is the same but di…

Inertia

Gravity

Orbital Period

Eccentricity

(physics) the tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest…

A force that exists between two bodies in the Universe.

The time required for a body to complete a single orbit

Deviation of a curve from a circular orbit. (Not a perfect cir…

Inertia

(physics) the tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest…

Gravity

A force that exists between two bodies in the Universe.

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…