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# How does gravitational force affect your mass?

Updated: 8/9/2023

Cakehunter

Lvl 1
10y ago

Gravitational force does not change your mass. Mass is the same when you are floating in the weightlessness of space, but your mass when put into a gravitational field creates your weight. On Earth, Earth's gravity (gravitational force) pulls on your mass, creating your weight.

The mass of an object determines its gravitational pull. A object with a lot of mass like the Earth has a lot of gravitational force/pull -- the force we call gravity. So, your body has a gravitational force, it's just so small, because your mass is small, it isn't noticeable.

Wiki User

10y ago

Wiki User

12y ago

You know what i think, this website is the most stupid place i have ever been to i just hate hate hate it, it doesn't even know my simle questions it doesn't even know what body mass is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well, I think you mean, how does the mass of a body affect it's gravitational force or something along those lines.

As mass increases, so does the force of gravity acting upon it, and it exerts a larger gravitational force on other objects.