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Forces in Creation-1

Apologia Exploring Creation with Physical Science Module 11

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What are the four forces in creation? The gravitational force, the electromagnetic force, the weak force, the strong force
Which two forces have been combined? The electromagnetic force and the weak force--the electroweak force.
The gravitational force The easiest force to understand
The electromagnetic force Either attractive or repulsive
The weak force The most complex force
The strong force holds the nucleus together
Nucleus the center of the atom
Universal Law of Gravitation 1 All objects with mass are attracted to one another by the gravitational force.
Universal Law of Gravitation 2 The gravitational force between two masses is directly proportional to the mass of each object.
Universal Law of Gravitation 3 The gravitational force between two masses is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between those two objects.
Solar system Planets held together by gravitational force