Why is the gravity on Earth greater than the gravity on Mars? (HELP will mark as Brainliest!!!) a . Mars has a smaller ra

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Why is the gravity on Earth greater than the gravity on Mars? (HELP will mark as Brainliest!!!)

a
. Mars has a smaller radius than Earth.
b
Mars has less mass than Earth.
c
Earth has less surface area than Mars.
d
Earth has a thicker atmosphere than Mars.

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Maris 7 months 2021-07-13T05:40:08+00:00 2 Answers 11 views 0

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    2021-07-13T05:41:30+00:00

    Hey There!!

    I think the answer is:

    B). Mars has less mass than Earth.

    Explanation:

    Because, due to the law of gravity, or gravitation, by which all things with mass around the planet Mars are brought towards it. It is weaker than Earth’s gravity due to the planet’s smaller mass.

    P.S Tell me if this is wrong….

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    2021-07-13T05:41:43+00:00

    Answer:

    Hey There!

    Your answer is B. Mars has less mass than Earth.

    Explanation:

    The mass of a planet affects its GRAVITATIONAL FIELD STREGNTH (basically how strong the force of gravity is on an object)

    IT IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL : meaning as the weight (MASS) of the planet increases then so does the GFS…

    I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU!

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