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The acceleration of gravity is a constant equal to _______ meters per second squared. A. 7.6 B. 8.4 C. 10.2 D. 9.8
The acceleration due to gravity is NOT constant. [ For example, on the Moon it is approximately one sixth of what it is on Earth, and it differs all over the Universe. I can only assume that the question is asking about the APPROXIMATE gravitational acceleration on EARTH, in which case the answer is D. 9.8 ]
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