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The value of g at a height one earth’s radius above the surface of Earth is _________

2 / 30

The Force which pulls the object towards the center of circle is known as ________force.

3 / 30

The altitude of geostationary orbits in which communications satellites are launched above the surface of Earth is ____________

4 / 30

Speed of GPS Satellite is______

5 / 30

Distance of Moon from Earth is________

6 / 30

What is not true about g?

7 / 30

When an object is at a height equal to radius of Earth above the surface of the earth. What is the value of gn?

8 / 30

Height of the Geostationary Satellite above the surface of earth is_________

9 / 30

On Mountains our weight will be _________ as compared to Weight on the surface of Earth

10 / 30

An Artificial Satellite keeps on revolving around the earth in different orbits with uniform speed due to the?

 

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In System International, the value of G is________

  1. 6.4 x 106 Nm2kg-2
  2. 6.4.x 10-11 Nm2kg-2
  3. 6.67 x 1011 Nm2kg-2
  4. 6.67 x 10-11 Nm2kg-2

which is the Correct Answer ?

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The SI unit of gravitational force is______

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Radius of Earth is________

  1. 6.4.x 106 km
  2. 6.4x106m
  3. 6x 106m
  4. 6 x 106 km

which is the Correct Option ?

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Unit of Gravitational Field Strength is_____

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Value of g increases with the ___________

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If the distance between two masses is half, then the Force of Gravitation becomes_______

17 / 30

If the weight of an object on the surface of earth is W. Its weight on the surface of moon will be___________

18 / 30

_________predicted about artificial satellites about 300 years ago.

19 / 30

Gravitational Force on the surface of Earth is equal to_______

20 / 30

Earth’s Gravitational force of attraction vanishes at_________

21 / 30

If a Rocket is fired vertically with a speed of ________, it will start revolving around the earth.

22 / 30

Weight of the body of Mass 10-kg on the surface of Moon_______

23 / 30

What will be the value of G if Mass of the Earth becomes Four Times_______

24 / 30

Which one of the following converts light energy into electrical energy?

25 / 30

The mass of Earth is approximately_________

  1. 6.9 x 1024 kg
  2. 6.0 x 10-24 kg
  3. 6.0x 1024 kg
  4. 5500 x 1024 kg

which one is Correct Answer ?

26 / 30

The orbital speed of a low orbit satellite is _____________

  1. Zero
  2. 8ms-1
  3. 800ms-1
  4. 8000ms-1

which is Correct option ?

27 / 30

Relative velocity of Geostationary satellite with respect to earth is_______

28 / 30

As we go up the value of G becomes_________

29 / 30

The value of g on moon’s surface is 1.6ms-2. What will be the weight of a 100kg body on the surface of the moon?

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If Mass of two bodies is 1kg and distance between their centers is 1m then the gravitational force will be equal to________

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                 Chapter-05 – Gravitation

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