The value of ‘g’ a. Increases as we go above the earth’s surface b. Decreases as we go to the centre of the earth c. Remains constant d. Is more at equator and less at poles
OptionA. Gravity decreases both when you go above the surface of earth or go deep down from the surface of earth. We all know the famous formula for claculation of gravitational force Fg=Gm1m2/r^2 According to this formula, as the distance between the two bodies increases, the Gravitational force decreses because they are inversely proportional to each other. Thus, on going higher the gravitational pull weakens.