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# How does gravity pull objects through different states of matter?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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Q: How does gravity pull objects through different states of matter?
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### What does the force of gravity affects?

Matter, all matter. All objects with mass.

### What affects the force of gravity?

Matter, all matter. All objects with mass.

### What actually causes gravity. What actually pulls the matter down?

Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".

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### What kind of objects have gravity?

All matter has a gravitational attraction to all other matter.

### Is gravity on the top or bottom?

Gravity works between any two objects, no matter in what direction they are.

### What force between objects is affected by the amount of matter in the objects and the distance the objects?

The "amount of matter" is an informal description of the mass. The force in question is called gravity.

### Is gravity the force of the earth on objects near it?

Gravity is not unique to the Earth. All matter has gravity and all matter attracts all other matter. Since the Earth has mass it also has a gracvitational field associated with it.

### What are oscillating objects?

objects that move through space or matter up and down and have water in the matter

### What does gravity do to an object?

Gravity attracts matter (energy, actually). Two objects with mass attract eachother. It's only significant for very massive objects like planets.

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