what would happen if in the formulae for gravitation in place of radius square there would be radius cube

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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-26 16:32:53
    Afrien Begum such technical questions pertaining to s specific subject are generally not entertained on this forum and therefore you mightn ot get technically appropriate answer to it. I suggest you ask your immediate teacher or put this question amongst your friends circle.

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