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Posted by **Michael** on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 5:52pm.

If you double the mass of one object and double the distance between the center of the two objects what happens to the force?

If you double the mass of each object and double the distance between them what happens to the force?

- Physics[CONCEPT- NO MATH] -
**drwls**, Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 6:04pmPart 1: the numerator gets multiplied by 2 while the denominator gets multiplied by 4. That is like multiplying the original number by 2/4

You can figure that out.

Part 2. 2*2/2^2 = 1 is the factor to apply. What happens when you multiply by 1?

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