Gravity Comic Strip
Updated: 12/8/2020
Gravity Comic Strip

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  • Cassie!! Wait up! I need your help!
  • Oh, hey Eliza! What's up?
  • I have a gravity test in 1st period, and I'm definitely going to fail.
  • Well, sit with me on the bus and I can give you a quick review!
  • So, to begin, gravity is the force that attracts all objects with mass towards each other. The more mass an object has, the more gravitational force it has. All objects have a gravitational force of 9.8m/s^2.
  • Right, and gravitational force is the force of attraction between two objects.
  • And the strength of the force of gravity between said objects depends on 2 factors: mass and distance.
  • Don't forget inertia & gravity, which combine to keep Earth in orbit around the sun.
  • Some examples of gravity in everyday life are a ball you throw in the air coming down again, a car coasting downhill even when you aren't stepping on the gas, and a glass you drop falling to the floor.
  • Objects with less mass feel more gravitational force, so they're pulled toward objects with more mass. Gravitational force pulls from each objects center of gravity.
  • Got it!
  • No problem!
  • Wow, I feel a lot more confident about gravity now. Thanks so much for your help!
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