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Introduction to Gravity and Weight


Chris Mason

on 22 March 2010

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Transcript of Introduction to Gravity and Weight

Introduction to Gravity and Weight
when any 2 objects are near to each other there is a tiny force
which pulls them together.

the larger the mass of the object the greater the force

The earth is so massive that its mass attracts
everything on the planet towards its centre
What's the difference between.........
mass and weight?
mass is the amount of stuff (matter) inside something

measured in g or kg
weight is the force created by gravity acting on mass

measured in newtons
What about gravity on the moon?

The moon is smaller than the earth

Will its gravity be larger or smaller?
will your mass be smaller or larger?

will your weight be affected?
What is the difference between

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