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Write the force with which the earth attracts the objects towards it.
Force of gravity or gravitational force is the force with which the earth attracts the objects towards it. This force ensures every object gets attracted towards the earth’s surface. For example: when a ball is thrown upwards, after reaching a certain height is starts to fall down. Sir Isaac Newton introduced the gravitational force.
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