1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I have two questions (stated below), but do not feel confident about my answers: (1)Which of the following statements about the force of gravity is false? a. it is a universal force, which acts everywhere in space b. its strength decreases as the square of the distance c. its strength is inversely proportional to the mass: the more mass, the less gravity d. the force never becomes zero e. it causes the paths of the planet to be ellipses and not straight lines. (2) Newton's Law of Gravity, the force of gravity goes up as the: a. mass goes down b. mass goes up c. distance does down d. distance goes up e. or more than one of the above 3. The attempt at a solution For the first problem I think c. is false because I thought the more mass you have the more gravity there is. For problem (2), I think, "the force of gravity goes up" as the, (d.)distance goes down. However, I am not sure. Hopefully, you can inform me on the correct answer. (My apologies, if I am posting in the wrong section).