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Suppose a particle of mass M is under gravitational attraction. The Newton's law of gravitation says that F=GMm/r^2, and the part Gm/r^2 is g (acceleration due to gravity how?)
At the surface of the earth, Gm/r^2= g using m= mass of the earth, r= radius of the earth.Suppose a particle of mass M is under gravitational attraction. The Newton's law of gravitation says that F=GMm/r^2, and the part Gm/r^2 is g (acceleration due to gravity how?)
Suppose a particle of mass M is under gravitational attraction. The Newton's law of gravitation says that F=GMm/r^2, and the part Gm/r^2 is g (acceleration due to gravity how?)