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## Main Question or Discussion Point

What is the g force (anomaly) of the sun? I tried to calculate this one using Newton's equation. I did this:

[(6.67 * 10^-11)(2 * 10^30)]/(0.7 * 10^6)

Where F = GM/r^2 ( I think), but I got 272244898, which seems really wrong. I can't find it anywhere online and I'm trying to figure out the effect of the anomaly of a black hole on the oscillation of the fabric of spacetime due to gravitational wave propagation. I think the first step is finding the force of the sun, then multiplying that by the number of solar masses that a black hole has to find its effects on the distortion of time, etc. PLEASE let me know if you know the g force or if I am approaching this in a completely wrong manner. Thanks!

[(6.67 * 10^-11)(2 * 10^30)]/(0.7 * 10^6)

Where F = GM/r^2 ( I think), but I got 272244898, which seems really wrong. I can't find it anywhere online and I'm trying to figure out the effect of the anomaly of a black hole on the oscillation of the fabric of spacetime due to gravitational wave propagation. I think the first step is finding the force of the sun, then multiplying that by the number of solar masses that a black hole has to find its effects on the distortion of time, etc. PLEASE let me know if you know the g force or if I am approaching this in a completely wrong manner. Thanks!