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What is the value of gravitational field strength on earth?
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Asked in Physics, Planet Venus
The gravitational field strength of Venus'?
Gravitational field strength varies from position to position on a planet. However, for the surface of Venus, the strength is about 8.87 m/s/s (meters per second per second). That value is for the acceleration caused by the gravity. This is slightly less than that experienced on the surface of the Earth. In fact it's about 90% of the Earth's.
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What is the value of Earth's gravitational field at the center of the Earth?
Asked in Planetary Science
What is the value of gravitational field strength on a planet with half Earth's mass and half its radius?
Asked in Gravity
Where the gravitational field strength is maximum?
value of acceleration due to gravity is maximum at the surface of earth. So the gravitational field strength. as g'=g(1-d/R) at surface d=R so d=R so g'=g at earth's centre g=0. Its value decrease with decrease or increase in height. as: g'=g(1-2h/R) ......for height h and g'=g(1-d/R) .....for depth d
Asked in Physics
What is the weight of a book that has a mass of 23 kg?
What is the value of null point where the value of gravitational force of earth equals the gravitational force of moon?
Asked in Physics, Earth Sciences, The Moon
What is the effect of friction on the value of gravitational acceleration?
Gravitational acceleration is a constant value for a celestial body, and doesn't depend on air resistance/friction. The value on Earth is constant anywhere on Earth, just like the value on Mars is constant anywhere on Mars. In practical,however, this is different. Air resistance lowers the value of gravitational acceleration.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Gravity
Value of gravitational acceleration in centimeter per seconds squared?
Asked in Astronomy, Physics, Planetary Science
If the earth were placed five times farther from the sun how would the gravitational effect of the sun on the earth change?
Asked in Physics
What instrument measures the pull of gravity on an object?
the answer is spring scale On Earth, you would use a scale to measure the weight. A spring scale will give "the pull of gravity" irrespective of the gravitational field & could be used on the earth or moon. A balance gives the mass, related, but it gives a constant value independent of the gravitational field, and would only be accurate for "the pull of gravity" with constant gravity. a spring scale
Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
Is mass the same as weight Why?
No, mass is the measure of matter. Weight is the strength of a gravitational pull of an object . Answer: Weight = Mass x (g local / g standard) It gets confusing on Earth where the gravitational force (g) is the standard force making the numeric mass value the same as the numeric weight value as (g local / g standard)=1
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
Where is the value of gravitational potential energy is max?
What is the force of gravity on a 3500 g of an object?
Asked in Physics
When climber reaches the top of the mountain his weight is?
Well weight is force exerted by gravitational field on an object. So if 'g' is acceleration due to gravity and m is mass of object then weight(W) of object is W=mg But gravitational acceleration on earth is given as: g=GM/(R+h)^2 G:Gravitaional Constant value 6.67*10^-11 Nm^2/kg^2 M:Mass of earth value:6*10^24kg R:Radius of earth value:6.4*10^6km h:Height of object above the surface of earth At surface of earth h=0 but at peak of mountain h will have some finite value. So as h will increase, g will decrease. Due to decrease in gravitational acceleration at peak of mountain the "WEIGHT OF CLIMBER WILL DECREASE"
Asked in The Moon, Numbers , Mathematical Constants
Value of gravitational constant on earth and moon?
It's the same as that of Earth but the value of g varies from one object to the other. The value of the gravitational constant or the BIG "G" remains constant. I think you confused it with the LITTLE "g" which is the gravitation of a object (one with mass) or the acceleration due to gravity. The value of g on Earth and Moon is 9.8m/s^2 and 1.6249m/s^2, respectively. I hope this answers you all.
Asked in Planet Jupiter, Gravity
What is Jupiter gravity surface?
Comparing the size of Jupiter to earth, it is 318 times bigger than earth, and if the gravitational force of earth is 9.8, than than it should be 318 times more, but its not that huge, because gravitational force rely of certain factors that can change its value. The gravitational force of Jupiter is 254% compared to the earth. 2.54*9.8= 24.892.
How do the masses of objects affect the strength of gravitational force?
Asked in Chemistry, Neutron Stars
If you weighed 70 pounds on earth how many pounds would you weigh on a neutron star?
The gravitational field of the neutron star is about 2 x 10^11 times stronger than the gravitational field of earth. However, you have provided a mass in the question and this would remain the same if you were on a neutron star (mass is a scalar quantity - a common mistake). Weight is a vector quantity obtained by mulitplying mass in kg (70 pounds would be about 32kg) by the gravitational field experienced - so a value of 32 x 9.8 = 313.6 N is your weight on earth. Your weight on a neutron star is 2 x 10^11 times bigger than this, so 627.2 x 10^11 N is your weight. Your mass is still 32kg!
Asked in The Moon, Mathematical Constants
What does the very small value of the gravitantional constant G tell us about the strength of gravitational forces?