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first im not a physicist/mathematician, i was said that black hole is this infinitely small point of infinite density and the amount of matter that collapsed into this point determines the diameter of event horizon and the overall gravitational pull of the black hole. My question is: how can the gravity of BH vary if its caused by this one infinitely small point of infinite density? are there larger or smaller infinities or whats the catch?

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# What gives BH it's gravity

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