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# Chapter 10 Class 9 - Gravitation

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In this chapter, we will learn

• What is Gravity?

• What is Universal Law of Gravitation

• Important Natural Phenomena Occurring Due to Gravitation

• What is Free Fall?

• What is Acceleration Due To Gravity

• Deriving value of Acceleration due to Gravity

• Different Equations of Motion for Free Falling Object

• What is the Difference between Mass and Weight

• What is thrust?

• What is Pressure

• What is buoyancy?

• Density And Relative Density Of An Object

• Why do Objects float or sink in Water

• Archimedes Principle

• Different Factors Affecting Buoyancy

• Why is gravity maximum at poles and minimum at equator?

• What is the SI unit of Thrust and Pressure?

• What is the SI Unit of g and G?

• What is the difference between gravity and gravitation?

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Get NCERT Solutions, Notes, Solutions to Intext Questions, Examples of Chapter 10 Class 9 Gravitation free at Teachoo.

In this chapter, we will learn

• What is Gravity?

• What is Universal Law of Gravitation

• Important Natural Phenomena Occurring Due to Gravitation

• What is Free Fall?

• What is Acceleration Due To Gravity

• Deriving value of Acceleration due to Gravity

• Different Equations of Motion for Free Falling Object

• What is the Difference between Mass and Weight

• What is thrust?

• What is Pressure

• What is buoyancy?

• Density And Relative Density Of An Object

• Why do Objects float or sink in Water

• Archimedes Principle

• Different Factors Affecting Buoyancy

• Why is gravity maximum at poles and minimum at equator?

• What is the SI unit of Thrust and Pressure?

• What is the SI Unit of g and G?

• What is the difference between gravity and gravitation?

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