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Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
Newton’s law of gravitation
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Newton’s law of gravitation

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Astronomy Lesson One! Enjoy.

Astronomy Lesson One! Enjoy.

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  • 1. Newton’s Law ofGravitation { Astronomy: Lesson 1 By: Chelsea Shi
  • 2.  Newtons law of universal gravitation states that every point mass in the universe attracts every other point mass with a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them  aka. Everything attracts to each other in equal force.Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
  • 3. Formula
  • 4. Breaking it up { The variables of the formula
  • 5.  Force of attraction  NewtonsF
  • 6. G
  • 7.  Mass of the first object  Kilogramsm1
  • 8.  Mass of the second object  Kilogramsm2
  • 9.  Distance between the two objects  metersr
  • 10. Written Out Formula
  • 11.  Make sure to covert into corresponding unit  The gravitational constant is equivalent to  G/1… fraction so it would go on top to solve  …plug into calculator correct …  Keep track of your time  Do the questions as quick as possible while still getting them correct  You’ll do great Tips
  • 12. Practice { Equations
  • 13. Person vs. Earth
  • 14.  4.) Derek: 70 kg  Distance: 0.2 m  Matt: 70 kgPerson vs. Person
  • 15. Person vs. Object

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