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1. What was keeping the moon in it's orbit around the earth? and why wasn't the moon just flying in space in a straight line?...
2. if the same force that just pulled that apple to the ground is tugging at the moon?...
3. hypothesis "The difference was that the moon was far away, and Newton reasoned that the force was weaker there. It was just strong enough to bend the moon’s motion into a nearly circular path around Earth."
4. A single force explained a falling apple on earth and the movements of humans too.
5. I have stated the law of gravity in one simple formula... all physical objects had a force of attraction between them, the strength of the force depended on the mass of the object.
Isaac Newton's Law of gravity
1. first I stated a question 2. then I formed my hypothesis 3. then I tested the hypothesis 4. after that I recorded the data 5. lastly I determined if my hypothesis was correct
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