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According to Newton's law of universal gravitation, which of these objects would have the strongest gravitational force? A. golf ball B. a mirror C. a queen size bed D. a basketball
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User: According to Newton's law of universal gravitation, which of these objects would have the strongest gravitational force? A. golf ball B. a mirror C. a queen size bed D. a basketball

Weegy: a queen-sized bed
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User: I believe that our solar system formed by the same process as star formation. A huge cloud of dust and gas collapsed and condensed. Gravity pulled matter into the center core, nuclear fusion began, and our Sun was created. Remaining matter and gas clumped together to form the planets. I believe in the _____. which theory is this

Weegy: I believe in the Big Bang Theory.
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User: When I bumped the table, the coffee in my cup spilled out. Newton's _____ law explains this reaction. which one of newtons laws is this

Weegy: Newtons Third Law of motion.
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