# In what ratio will the force of attraction between the same two bodies change when the distance between them is doubled?

Table of Contents

- 1 In what ratio will the force of attraction between the same two bodies change when the distance between them is doubled?
- 2 What happens to the force between two objects if the distance between them is halved?
- 3 What is the ratio of force of attraction between two bodies kept in air and the same distance apart in water?
- 4 What happens to the force between two objects if the distance between them is doubled?
- 5 What happens to the force when mass is doubled?

## In what ratio will the force of attraction between the same two bodies change when the distance between them is doubled?

(2) As such when both the masses are doubled, their product will become 4 times. Hence force of attraction will be quadrupled. (1) When distance between objects is doubled, force of attraction will become 122=14 times i.e. will become one-fourth.

**In what ratio will the gravitational force of attraction between two bodies of the same mass change when the distance of separation between them is a halved B tripled?**

Therefore when the distance between the objects is reduced to half, then the force of gravitation increases by four times the original force.

**What is the ratio of force of attraction between two bodies kept?**

The ratio of the forces are 1:1. As gravitational force does not depends upon the medium in which the body are placed.

### What happens to the force between two objects if the distance between them is halved?

When distance between objects is halved, gravitational force becomes four times.

**In what ratio will the force of attraction between same two bodies change when the distance between these is tripled?**

If the separation distance between any two objects is tripled (increased by a factor of 3), then the force of gravitational attraction is decreased by a factor of 9 (3 raised to the second power).

**In what ratio will the force of attraction change when the mass of each of these bodies is halved?**

Thus,force becomes one-fourth as we reduce the masses to half without altering the distances.

#### What is the ratio of force of attraction between two bodies kept in air and the same distance apart in water?

What is the ratio of force of attraction between the two bodies kept in air and the same distance in water? The ratio of the forces are 1:1. As gravitational force does not depends upon the medium in which the body are placed.

**What will happen to the gravitational force between two bodies?**

Since gravitational force is inversely proportional to the square of the separation distance between the two interacting objects, more separation distance will result in weaker gravitational forces. So as two objects are separated from each other, the force of gravitational attraction between them also decreases.

**Is it possible to shield a body from gravitational force?**

No, it is not possible to shield a body from gravitational effact because the gravitational force between any two bodies is independent of the intervening medium or the presence of other bosied in their way.

## What happens to the force between two objects if the distance between them is doubled?

When the distance between the objects is doubled then force between them is one fourth. When the masses of both objects are doubled then the force between them is four times.

**How does the force of attraction between two objects change?**

**Why is the force of attraction between two objects doubled?**

According to universal law of gravitation, the force between two objects (m 1 and m 2) is proportional to their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance (R) between them. => F= 2F, hence force is doubled.

### What happens to the force when mass is doubled?

According to the universal law of gravitation, the force between 2 objects (m1 and m2) is proportional to their plenty and reciprocally proportional to the sq. of the distance (R) between them. If the mass is doubled for one object. F = 2F, so the force is also doubled. Force thus becomes one-fourth of its initial force.

**What is the relationship between force and Mass in physics?**

According to universal law of gravitation, the force between two objects (m 1 and m 2) is proportional to their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance (R) between them. F = (G m 1 m 2)/ (R 2) If the mass of one object is doubled,

**How do you find the force between two objects?**

The force between two objects is an addition function not multiplication. If each object applied 2 lbs of force, the total force is 4 lbs. If the distance is 2 ft, the actual force between is 1 lb. If calculated, the force between would be 2 x 8 or 16 lbs, the distance 4 squared (16 ft) and the actual force still 1 lb.