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Offline SciencyGummyWorms

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This is stating that radius cubed times mass divided speed equals gravity. I am trying to calculate the amount of inward force applied on an object. So far we have calculated the force of attraction of one body onto another body. But this wants to find out how to find the gravitational force applied onto the body. I would appreciate some positive feedback and suggestions.  ;)


 

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This is stating that radius cubed times mass divided speed equals gravity. I am trying to calculate the amount of inward force applied on an object. So far we have calculated the force of attraction of one body onto another body. But this wants to find out how to find the gravitational force applied onto the body. I would appreciate some positive feedback and suggestions.  ;)

I think Newton beat you to it.....
 

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This is stating that radius cubed times mass divided speed equals gravity. I am trying to calculate the amount of inward force applied on an object. So far we have calculated the force of attraction of one body onto another body. But this wants to find out how to find the gravitational force applied onto the body. I would appreciate some positive feedback and suggestions.  ;)

I think Newton beat you to it.....
Yeah obviously this is my theory though.
 

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This is stating that radius cubed times mass divided speed equals gravity. I am trying to calculate the amount of inward force applied on an object. So far we have calculated the force of attraction of one body onto another body. But this wants to find out how to find the gravitational force applied onto the body. I would appreciate some positive feedback and suggestions.  ;)

I think Newton beat you to it.....
Yeah obviously this is my theory though.

A theory that explains the same thing is a theory of no value.  What would be the point?
 

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This is stating that radius cubed times mass divided speed equals gravity. I am trying to calculate the amount of inward force applied on an object. So far we have calculated the force of attraction of one body onto another body. But this wants to find out how to find the gravitational force applied onto the body. I would appreciate some positive feedback and suggestions.  ;)
S is speed of what?
 

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