Which ball has the greatest gravitational force acting on it? a golfbal, a baseball, a soccerball, or bowling ball?
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User: Which ball has the greatest gravitational force acting on it?

User: Which ball has the greatest gravitational force acting on it? a golfbal, a baseball, a soccerball, or bowling ball?

Weegy: The answer is A. golf ball .

User: Alisha's science class learned that the amount of gravitational force between two objects depends on their masses and the distance between them. Alisha wants to know why the two pencils sitting on her desk remain apart even though there is a gravitational force between them. Which statement BEST explains why the pencils remain apart? A. The gravitational force between the pencils is stronger than the friction between the pencils and the desk. B. The gravitational force between the pencils is weaker than the friction between the pencils and the desk. C. The gravitational force between each pencil and the earth is weaker than the gravitational force between the pencils. D. The gravitational force between each pencil and the earth is stronger than the gravitational force between the pencils.

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The gravitational force between each pencil and the earth is weaker than the gravitational force between the pencils BEST explains why the pencils remain apart.
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