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Because the forces between two unit charges are roughly 1040 (10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) times as great as the gravitational force between two unit masses the same distance apart. So the gravitational forces can be ignored, and not have the slightest effect on the calculations. Example: Pass a charged comb over a bit of tissue on the table. The tissue jumps up to the comb. The charge attracts the tissue with a force stronger than the gravitational force of the whole earth.
Frank Zappa named his daughter Moon Unit. 'Unit' is her middle name, the name she goes by is Moon Zappa.
The unit of measurement used to measure gravity (G's) is actually based off of Earth's gravitational pull; one G is the level of gravity on Earth.
The unit of gravitational acceleration is the unit as in regular acceleration Acceleration is measure [distance / time unit2] Acceleration is usually measure in [m/s2] The moon's is 1.625 [m/s2] Earth's is 9.8067 [m/s2] The sun's is 274.1 [m/s2]
The unit of energy, "Joule", was named in his honor.The unit of energy, "Joule", was named in his honor.The unit of energy, "Joule", was named in his honor.The unit of energy, "Joule", was named in his honor.
Gravitational pull is a force and is measured in Newtons, the unit of force.
It is m3kg-1s-2
mt/sec * * * * * No! It is m3kg-1s-2.
unit of both gravitation and force is newton(N) if you mean gravitational constant the unit is-Nm^2/kg^2
The unit is Joules. Named after James Prescott Joule
Kelvin (unit) is named after Lord Kelvin.
The gravitational field (gravitational attraction per unit mass) at any given distance is directly proportional to the planet's mass.The gravitational field at the planet's SURFACE also depends on the planet's radius.