Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation is an equation:

## Forcedue to Gravity=GMassof the larger objectMassof the smaller objectDistancebetween objects2

G is the gravitational constant. For today, just assume it is 1 and you can ignore it. You can do this because it is simply a number and doesn’t affect the relationship between the other values.

Let’s examine the Force (due to Gravity) between the Earth (the larger object) and the Moon (the smaller object.

- How would the Force (due to Gravity) between the Earth and the Moon change if the Moon were suddenly 2 times its current mass?
- Would the Force (due to Gravity) increase or decrease?
- By how many times?

- How much Force (due to Gravity) is there between the Earth and the Moon?
- How much Force (due to Gravity) does the Earth exert on the Moon? Fill in the blanks on this equation
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