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FORCES 2. Mass and the effect of gravity on it - weight and the consequences of gravitational fields - calculations and various phenomena explained, plus work done and GPE

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Index for section on aspects of the non-contact force of gravity

2.1 Introduction to the non-contact force of gravity

2.2 What is mass? What is weight and how do you calculate weight?

2.3 Forces: gravity, velocity, centripetal force and circular motion

2.4 The centre of mass of an object & other aspects of weight & gravity

2.5 Formulae for weight, work and gravitational potential energy and practice calculations with worked out answers for you


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