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Two point masses are located a distance, D, apart. The gravitational force of attraction between them can be quadrupled by changing the distance to

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    2D

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    2/D

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    the force of gravitational attraction varies inversely with the square of the distance between the two objects Fg=Gm1m2/r^2 .

    if the gravitational field distance is halved the field strength increases by a factor of 2^2=4

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    its 2/D shut up the rest of ya thank you p

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    d/2

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