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# Suppose the sun was replaced by a star that had twice as much mass. how would the gravitational force between the sun and its planets change? a. the gravitational force would stay the same. b. the gravitational force would be half as large. c. the gravitational force would be twice as big. d. the gravitational force would now depend on the square of the distance to each planet. ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 21.06.2019 15:30, 2sally2
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