# What are the two examples of gravitational force?

## What are the two examples of gravitational force?

Examples of Gravity

- The force that holds the gases in the sun.
- The force that causes a ball you throw in the air to come down again.
- The force that causes a car to coast downhill even when you aren’t stepping on the gas.
- The force that causes a glass you drop to fall to the floor.

### What is gravitational acceleration in simple terms?

Gravitational acceleration is described as the object receiving an acceleration due to the force of gravity acting on it. It is represented by ‘g’ and its unit is m/s2. Gravitational acceleration is a quantity of vector, that is it has both magnitude and direction.

**Is 9.8 gravitational acceleration?**

The numerical value for the acceleration of gravity is most accurately known as 9.8 m/s/s. There are slight variations in this numerical value (to the second decimal place) that are dependent primarily upon on altitude.

**What would be the gravitational acceleration on such a planet?**

Its value is 9.8 m/s2 on Earth. That is to say, the acceleration of gravity on the surface of the earth at sea level is 9.8 m/s2….The Value of g Depends on Location.

Location | Distance from Earth’s center (m) | Value of g (m/s2) |
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Earth’s surface | 6.38 x 106 m | 9.8 |

1000 km above surface | 7.38 x 106 m | 7.33 |

## What are the 10 examples of gravitational force?

Examples

- Stability of the Objects. The objects present on the surface of the earth do not levitate or float in the air.
- Tides. Tides are the short term periodic rise and fall of water in oceans.
- Daily Life Activities.
- Revolution of Celestial Bodies.
- 5. Fruits falling from trees.
- Falling Objects.
- Pouring Drinks.
- Rolling Objects.

### What are 3 examples of gravitational energy?

Examples of Gravitational Potential Energy

- A raised weight.
- Water that is behind a dam.
- A car that is parked at the top of a hill.
- A yoyo before it is released.
- River water at the top of a waterfall.
- A book on a table before it falls.
- A child at the top of a slide.
- Ripe fruit before it falls.

**Who uses gravitational acceleration?**

The astronauts in space flights, and the pilots of some fighter aircraft, are subjected to gravitational acceleration levels of up to 6 or 8 g.

**Is gravitational acceleration constant?**

Since g is calculated using only constants, g is a constant. where Re is radius of the earth. As earth is not a perfect sphere, value of gravity g is not a constant at all the locations on the surface of the earth. Therefore, for practical purposes we take acceleration due to gravity as a constant.

## Why is 9.8 m/s squared?

An object that is falling through a vacuum is subjected to only one external force, the gravitational force, expressed as the weight of the object. For objects near the surface of the earth, the graviation acceleration (g) is a constant and equal to 9.8 meters per second squared.

### Does gravitational acceleration depend on height?

Important Conclusions on Acceleration due to Gravity : For an object placed at a height h, the acceleration due to gravity is less as compared to that placed on the surface. As depth increases, the value of acceleration due to gravity (g) falls. The value of g is more at poles and less at the equator.

**What is the value of gravitational acceleration?**

standard acceleration of gravity | |
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Numerical value | 9.806 65 m s-2 |

Standard uncertainty | (exact) |

Relative standard uncertainty | (exact) |

Concise form | 9.806 65 m s-2 |

**How do you calculate free fall acceleration?**

How do you find free fall acceleration of a planet? Estimate the total mass of the planet in kilograms. Estimate the radius of the planet, from its center to its surface, in meters. Divide the total mass by radius squared. Multiply the result by the universal Gravitational constant, 6.67×10 -11 N·m 2 ·kg -2. The result is the gravitational force of the planet, which is also its free fall acceleration.

## What is the formula for free fall acceleration?

From the definition of velocity, we can find the velocity of a falling object is. v = v₀ + g * t. where. v₀ is the initial velocity (measured in m/s or ft/s), t stands for the fall time (measured in seconds), g is the free fall acceleration (expressed in m/s² or ft/s²).

### What is acceleration by gravity?

In physics, gravitational acceleration is the acceleration on an object caused by the force of gravitation. Neglecting friction such as air resistance, all small bodies accelerate in a gravitational field at the same rate relative to the center of mass. This equality is true regardless of the masses or compositions of the bodies.

**How many miles per second is gravity?**

Conversions Table. 1 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = 21.9369. 70 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = 1535.5796. 2 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = 43.8737.