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If the distance of two objects decreases, would the force of gravity increase or decrease?

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  1. since F = Gmm/r^2, if r gets smaller, the fraction gets bigger.

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    posted by oobleck
  2. It's like bringing two magnets together at opposite poles(it's not gravity in this case). Look up the force of gravity.

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    posted by Lee

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