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# Mass and air resistance affect the gravitational attraction between objects true or false?

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This is false. The answer is that mass and distance affect the gravitational attraction

between objects.

Air resistance has no effect on this.

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## Related Questions

Mass certainly affects the gravitational attraction between objects; air resistance doesn't.

Yes. At a greater distance, the gravitational attraction between two objects is less.

If there is more mass, there will be more gravitational attraction.

Yes mass affects the gravitational acceleration between objects. But air resistance doesn't affect the gravitational acceleration, it only affects the net acceleration of the objects concerned. According to Newton's Law of Gravitation the gravitational force between two or more objects is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

The greater the MASS of the objects, the greater the Gravitational attraction between them (proportionally). The greater the Distance between them the less the Gravitational attraction between (by the square of the difference).

There are two factors that affect the gravitational attraction between two objects. The mass of each object and the distance between their centers of mass are the factors that affect the attraction.

The relationship between the gravitational attraction between two objects and their distance from each other would be the farther apart they are the less attracted they are. The closer they are the stronger the attraction.

The force of gravitational attraction is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the centers of mass of the objects. For example, if the distance increases by a factor of two, the attraction is reduced by a factor of four.

When the mass of either object or both objects increases, the gravitational force of attraction between them increases. When the distance between the centers of the two objects increases, the gravitational force of attraction between them decreases.

Two factors affect the gravitational attraction between objects: mass and distance.

The gravitational attraction between two masses depends on the product of the masses. If either mass increases, then the product increases, and so does the strength of the forces between them.

No, this is false. The gravitational force between two objects increases as they get closer.

The answer is gravitational attraction. It is the attractive force between all objects that have mass. It's between you and me, you and your PC, and between everything.

The gravitational attraction between two objects is defined as: F = (G * m1 * m2) / r2 where F is the force G is the gravitational constant m1, m2 are the two masses r is the distance between the objects

The gravitational attraction between two objects is proportional to the MASS of each object and inversely proportional to the square of the DISTANCE between them.

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