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# Do Objects of any size exert a gravitational force.?

Updated: 9/27/2023 Wiki User

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If the object having some mass then for sure it exert a gravitational force.The more the mass the more will be gravity. Wiki User

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### How does the size of the force exerted by earth gravity on a car compare with the size of force the car exert on earth?

A gravitational force exists between every two mass objects.The force is the same on both objects.

### How does the size of the force exerted by earth's gravity on a car compare with the size of the force the car exert on earth?

A gravitational force exists between every two mass objects.The force is the same on both objects.

### What does the size of the gravitational force between two objects depend upon?

both of their masses and the distance between them

### What does the size of the gravitational force between two objects depends upon?

both of their masses and the distance between them

### What two factors determine the size of the gravitational force between two objects?

The mass of the two objects and the distance between their centres of gravity.

### How does the size of the force exerted by earth's gravity on a car compare the with the size of the force the car exerts on earth?

A gravitational force exists between every two mass objects.The force is the same on both objects.

### What could happen to an object in orbit without gravity pulling down?

Orbital mechanics are a direct result of the effect of gravitational force. Without gravitational force, no object would orbit any other - they all would follow their own independent straight line travel. Also, in reference to this question's inference that gravity pulls downward (i.e. towards the earth), remember that ALL objects, regardless of size, exert gravitational force. Obviously, the larger the object, the larger the gravitational force; and, the closer the object, the more force it exerts. So, in this case, remember that things near the Earth have at least three major gravitational forces acting on them: the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun. All three gravitational forces "pull" in different directions, and exert a different amount of force (based on the exact location of the orbiting object).

### What factors affect the amount of gravitational force between two objects?

The size and/or weight of the two objects. The bigger and/or heavier one has the most force and draws the other object toward itself.

### Compare How does the size of the force exerted by Earths gravity on a car compare with the size of the force the car exerts on Earth?

A gravitational force exists between every two mass objects.The force is the same on both objects.

### How does gravity affect your weight?

Due to the earth's mass, gravitational force happens strongly between you and the earth. That is how weight is formed. Remember that two objects have gravitational force between each other, and the closer the distance, the stronger the gravitational force. The bigger the mass, the stronger the gravitational force as well. Since the earth is so huge in size and mass, you have a strong gravitational force acting on you known as weight.

### What kind of friction causes a box you are pushing across the floor to stop when you stop pushing?

is it gravity,friction,inertia or balanced force All surfaces, even highly polished metal surfaces, are covered with microscopic dips and bumps. When two surfaces are in contact, the surfaces stick to each other where the dips and bumps on one surface touch the dips and bumps on the other surface. Friction is caused by the sticking of the two surfaces at these bumps and dips. Static friction occurs when the force applied to an object is not large enough to break the connections between the surfaces. When the force applied is strong enough, the connections are broken and the object starts sliding. As the object slides, new connections are continually being formed and broken. The formation of these new connections between the sliding surfaces causes sliding friction. GravityOne non-contact force you are very familiar with is gravity. Gravity is a non-contact force that every object exerts on every other object due to their masses. You and this book both have mass. As a result, you exert a gravitational force on this book, and this book exerts a gravitational force on you. In the same way, you and Earth exert gravitational forces on each other. The gravitational force between two objects is an attractive force that tends to pull the two objects closer together. You've experienced this attraction when you fall to the ground after jumping upward. The size of the gravitational force between two objects depends on the masses of the objects and the distance between them. The gravitational force between two objects increases if the mass of one or both of the objects increases. If two objects move closer together, the gravitational force between them increases

### What is gravity and does the size of 2 objects and the distance between them affect the gravitational force?

Gravity or gravitation is a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass-energy are brought toward one another, including stars, planets, galaxies and even light and sub-atomic particles.No, the gravitational force does not depend on the size of the objects. It depends on the mass-energy of the objects. While larger objects CAN contain more mass-energy and thus experience larger gravitational forces, objects can be large but have very low density thus have very little mass-energy.