law of gravitation definition

  • noun:
    • that law according to which gravitation functions, namely, that each two bodies or portions of matter when you look at the universe entice each other with a force proportional right to the amount of matter they have, and inversely into the squares of the distances.
    • (physics) the law that states any two-bodies attract each other with a force that is directly proportional toward product of their public and inversely proportional towards the square associated with distance among them

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