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" varies directly as the mass of the attracting body and inversely as the square of its distance from the attracted body. "
Plane astronomy - Page 3
by Alexander Ronald Grant - 1850
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An introduction to astronomy, to which is added an astronomical vocabulary

John Russell Hind - 1863
...matter in the universe has a tendency to attract every other particle with a force proportioned to the mass of the attracting body, and inversely as the square of the distance between them, p. 20. Gravity, Terrestrial, is that law of nature in virtue of which all...
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Elements of Physics, Or, Natural Philosophy

Neil Arnott, Alexander Bain, Alfred Swaine Taylor - Physics - 1879 - 873 pages
...every body attracts every other body ; yet, since the amount of attraction varies directly according to the mass of the attracting body, and inversely as the square of the distance, a body that is either very small or very distant from another, may be left out of account....
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A Treatise on Infinitesimal Calculus: Containing Differential and ..., Volume 4

Bartholomew Price - Calculus - 1889
...joining the 3T It % centres of the earth and the attracting body, it appears that L, M, and N vary directly as the mass of the attracting body, and inversely as the cube of the distance of its centre from the centre of the earth. Hence, if we calculate, from a synoptic...
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The British Almanac

Almanacs, English - 1877
...gravitation, according to which every body in the universe attracts every other directly in proportion to the mass of the attracting body, and inversely as the square of the distance between the two, is capable of explaining the planetary and other motions of celestial...
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