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he gravitational force decreases as the _____ between two objects increases.
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User: he gravitational force decreases as the _____ between two objects increases.

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User: Which object has the most gravitational force? A.a sand grain B.a marble C.a bowling ball D.a tennis ball

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A bowling ball has the most gravitational force.
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