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My teacher told me that there is a correction term to Newtons law of gravitation when you take general relativity into account, somthing lik:

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F=G\frac{M_1M_2}{r^2}+F_{correction}

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I been searching like mad but cant find it on the internet anywhere. The only things I found was a set of insane differential equations and a lot of tensor notation, which is too advanced for me to convert to a force equation. Anyone know what my teacher means?

thanks in advance!

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# Correction term to Newtons gravitation law

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