The Newtonian gravitational force formula is F=G([m1*m2]/D^2)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Using limits, it has the property that as D goes to zero, F goes to infinity.

Did Einstein fix this? If so, what's his equation for gravitational force? Please accommodate me by defining all terms so I can work with it.

Thanks,

Jake

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# What is the most accurate gravitational force equation?

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