AP Physics 1: 3.4 Fields in Space

There's a giant blob monster attacking New York. Luckily, Shmoop isn't based in New York, so you don't need to worry about getting your fill of shmoopy test prep questions. Students in New York on the other hand, well....they've got bigger blobs to fry. 

AP Physics 1Fields in Space
LanguageEnglish Language
Science Practice 1Using representations and models

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of gravitation exerted upon it is expressed as f which

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of the following represents the new gravitational force after its

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change in mass and here the pendulums happened All right

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so we've got a block attacking new york The blob

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actually isn't a very scary monster It's really Just a

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big slow moving bunch of goo To answer this question

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we need to know how to calculate the gravitational force

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acting on an object and to find that force we

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take the objects mass and multiply it by gravity like

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f equals mg like that Now if we were in

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a double mass the equation would now be force equals

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two times mass times gravity or two mg which means

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that the force exerted would be double no The correct

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answer here is c to f but let's not devalue

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Blob monsters Too much after all a monster self worth

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Is often based on how scary it is And we 00:01:14.89 --> [endTime] wouldn't want to hurt its feelings