If we consider the classical formula of gravitational force F = [tex]\frac{Gm_{1}m_{2}}{r^{2}}[/tex], then can the antigravitational force responsible for the accelerated expansion of the universe be represented by F = [tex]\frac{r^{2}}{Gm_{1}m_{2}}[/tex] ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thus, since the (MKS) magnitude of G = 10 [tex]^{-11}[/tex], would the antigravitational force be smaller than the gravitational force by a factor of 10 [tex]^{11}[/tex] ?

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# Formula of anti-gravitational force

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