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In the equation for the gravitational force between two objects, which quantity must be squared?

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Mindee Nelson on August 9, 2018

In the equation for the gravitational force between two objects, the distance of quantity or measure must be square. The formula for the calculation of the gravitational force between two objects is F = G*m1*m2/d^2. F is the gravitational force between two objects. G is the constant of gravity, m1 is the first object of mass m2 is the second object of the mass, and d is the distance between the two objects.


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