G IS THE UNIVERSAL CONSTANT OF GRAVITY WHILE g ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY Posted by >>>amalu Jalal<...(student)on 2/8/09
G IS THE UNIVERSAL CONSTANT OF GRAVITY WHILE g ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY Posted by >>>amalu Jalal<...(student)on 2/8/09
G IS THE UNIVERSAL CONSTANT OF GRAVITY WHILE g ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY Posted by >>>amalu Jalal<...(student)on 2/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Sundareshan Raj...(student)on 3/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Sundareshan Raj...(student)on 3/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Sundareshan Raj...(student)on 3/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Zippinderpal Si...(student)on 3/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Zippinderpal Si...(student)on 3/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Zippinderpal Si...(student)on 3/8/09
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Rahul Kumar Gup...(student)on 23/7/11
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Rahul Kumar Gup...(student)on 23/7/11
G is for gravitational constant and g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Rahul Kumar Gup...(student)on 23/7/11
Universal gravitation constant(G) 1.It is define as the force of attraction acting between two bodies each of unit mass, whose centers are placed unit distance apart. 2. Its value is same throughout the universe . 3. It is a scalar quantity . 4. Its value dose not depends upon the nature and the size of the bodies. 5. Dimensional formula for G is [M^{-1}L^{3}T^{-2}]. Acceleration due to gravity(g) 1.It is define as the constant acceleration produced in a body when it falls freely under the effect of gravity . 2. its value changes from place to palce. 3. it is a vector quantity. 4. Its value depends upon the nature and the size of the bodies. 5. Dimensional formula for g is [M^{0}L^{1}T^{-2}]. Posted by Param Sukhadia(student)on 1/10/12
Universal gravitation constant(G) 1.It is define as the force of attraction acting between two bodies each of unit mass, whose centers are placed unit distance apart. 2. Its value is same throughout the universe . 3. It is a scalar quantity . 4. Its value dose not depends upon the nature and the size of the bodies. 5. Dimensional formula for G is [M^{-1}L^{3}T^{-2}]. Acceleration due to gravity(g) 1.It is define as the constant acceleration produced in a body when it falls freely under the effect of gravity . 2. its value changes from place to palce. 3. it is a vector quantity. 4. Its value depends upon the nature and the size of the bodies. 5. Dimensional formula for g is [M^{0}L^{1}T^{-2}]. Posted by Param Sukhadia(student)on 1/10/12
Universal gravitation constant(G) 1.It is define as the force of attraction acting between two bodies each of unit mass, whose centers are placed unit distance apart. 2. Its value is same throughout the universe . 3. It is a scalar quantity . 4. Its value dose not depends upon the nature and the size of the bodies. 5. Dimensional formula for G is [M^{-1}L^{3}T^{-2}]. Acceleration due to gravity(g) 1.It is define as the constant acceleration produced in a body when it falls freely under the effect of gravity . 2. its value changes from place to palce. 3. it is a vector quantity. 4. Its value depends upon the nature and the size of the bodies. 5. Dimensional formula for g is [M^{0}L^{1}T^{-2}]. Posted by Param Sukhadia(student)on 1/10/12
1.Gis gravitational constant.and g is acceleration due to gravity. 2.its unit is Nm2/kg2,its unit is m/s2 3.it is variable it is not variable. Posted by Swadha Tripathi(student)on 7/10/12
1.Gis gravitational constant.and g is acceleration due to gravity. 2.its unit is Nm2/kg2,its unit is m/s2 3.it is variable it is not variable. Posted by Swadha Tripathi(student)on 7/10/12
1.Gis gravitational constant.and g is acceleration due to gravity. 2.its unit is Nm2/kg2,its unit is m/s2 3.it is variable it is not variable. Posted by Swadha Tripathi(student)on 7/10/12
1. G is for gravitational constant1. g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Pam Aroraon 26/8/14
1. G is for gravitational constant1. g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Pam Aroraon 26/8/14
1. G is for gravitational constant1. g is for acceleration due to gravity Posted by Pam Aroraon 26/8/14
Universal gravitation constant (G):- 1. 1.It is define as the force of attraction acting between two bodies each of unit mass, whose centers are placed unit distance apart. 2. 2.Its value is same throughout the universe. 3. 3.It is a scalar quantity. 4. 4.Dimensional formula for G is [M^{-1}L^{3}T^{-2}]. Acceleration due to gravity (g):- 1.It is defined as the constant acceleration produced in a body when it falls freely under the effect of gravity 2.Its value changes from place to place. 3.It is a vector quantity. 4.Dimensional formula for g is [M^{0}L^{1}T^{-2}]. Posted by Nilayesh Pradha...(parent)on 12/9/14
Universal gravitation constant (G):- 1. 1.It is define as the force of attraction acting between two bodies each of unit mass, whose centers are placed unit distance apart. 2. 2.Its value is same throughout the universe. 3. 3.It is a scalar quantity. 4. 4.Dimensional formula for G is [M^{-1}L^{3}T^{-2}]. Acceleration due to gravity (g):- 1.It is defined as the constant acceleration produced in a body when it falls freely under the effect of gravity 2.Its value changes from place to place. 3.It is a vector quantity. 4.Dimensional formula for g is [M^{0}L^{1}T^{-2}]. Posted by Nilayesh Pradha...(parent)on 12/9/14
Universal gravitation constant (G):- 1. 1.It is define as the force of attraction acting between two bodies each of unit mass, whose centers are placed unit distance apart. 2. 2.Its value is same throughout the universe. 3. 3.It is a scalar quantity. 4. 4.Dimensional formula for G is [M^{-1}L^{3}T^{-2}]. Acceleration due to gravity (g):- 1.It is defined as the constant acceleration produced in a body when it falls freely under the effect of gravity 2.Its value changes from place to place. 3.It is a vector quantity. 4.Dimensional formula for g is [M^{0}L^{1}T^{-2}]. Posted by Nilayesh Pradha...(parent)on 12/9/14