What scientist discovered the universal law of gravitation?
Universal Law of Gravitation:
The universal law of gravitation says that two particles are pulled together with a force that is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. For large objects, we measure the distance between the centre of the masses to use as the distance between the objects.
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fromChapter 16 / Lesson 10
What is a Gravitational Force? Learn the formula of Newton's law of gravitation and see examples. Understand the significance of gravitational force in day-to-day life.