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PS100 Questions from Chapter 3 Comprehension true/false A small ball is dropped from the edge of a cliff. One-tenth of a second later a much heavier ball is dropped from the same position. Ignoring the effects of air friction, the second ball overtakes the first. true false Although the moon is so far away, it's gravitational pull still affects Earth. true false The force of gravity increases between objects as they get farther away from each other. true false Because the Moon orbits Earth at a constant speed, it travels in uniform motion. true false A cannon ball weighs more than a marble. This means it requires much less force to "fall" towards Earth at the same rate as a marble. true false matching The force of gravity on an object.
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The mathematical formula F=GMm/d 2 that describes the strength of the force of gravity between two objects of mass M and m separated between their centers by the distance d .
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course PHYSICAL S 100 taught by Professor Allred during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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