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ApoPhys. Sci. Mod 11

Apologia Phsical Science Module 11

Which is the weakest of the fundamental forces? Gravitational Force
Name the 3 principles of Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation. 1. All objects with mass are attracted to one another by the gravitational force. 2. the fracitational force between two masses is directly proportional to the mass of each object. 3. The gravitational force between two masses is inversely proportional
Are comets' orbits circular or elliptical? comet orbits are ellipitical
What causes gravity according to Einstein's theory of General relativity? gravity is caused by the fact that objects with mass bend space and time.
What causes gravity according to the graviton theory? gravity is caused by the exchange of particles called graviton's
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