Physics, asked by madhurajendra6223, 4 days ago

State the universal law of gravitation derive the formula to calculate the gravitational constant


Answered by Ashuchhillar
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Answered by sonabrainly

Ok take any two objects of mass m1 and m2

let the force of attraction between them is F

and the distance between them is r

So F   \alpha M1

    F   \alpha M2

    F   \alpha 1/R²


  We can write these equations as F  \alpha M1*M2/R²

Removing the proportionality symbol and placing G as constant we get

 F=G M1*M2/R²

Thus the universal law of gravitation can be derived

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