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- Is earth pulling ever body with same amount of force?

If yes, then the accelerations would be different for different masses(inertias)? but acceleration due to gravity (g) is constant for all bodies.

If earth pulls different masses with different forces, then 'g' could be constant, but then, gravitational force depends on distance.

As an object falls, the distance between earth and the body decreases, so, force must increase and for a particular mass, the acceleration should also increase.

In the first part, I'm asking about acceleration of freefalling objects with different masses.

In the second part I'm asking about acceleration of one object with decreasing distance.

Please explain where am I getting it wrong.

Thank You!

In the second part I'm asking about acceleration of one object with decreasing distance.

Please explain where am I getting it wrong.

Thank You!

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