A neutron star’s immense gravitational attraction is due primarily to its small radius and A neutron star’s immense gravitational attraction

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A neutron star’s immense gravitational attraction is due primarily to its small radius and A neutron star’s immense gravitational attraction is due primarily to its small radius and rapid rotation rate. large mass. strong magnetic field. high temperature.

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1. Answer:

Large mass.

Explanation:

A neutron star is one whose whole mass is concentrated in a small space. Thus, a neutron star has a very large mass and and a small radius. We know that Gravitational force

That is F is directly proportional to mass and inversely proportional square of radius. Therefore,  a neutron star has an  immense gravitational attraction