## < ⎙ 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

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Impulsive Force=(Mass*(Final Velocity-Initial Velocity))/Time Taken to Travel GO
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Specific Heat Capacity=Energy Required/(Mass*Rise in Temperature) GO
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Centripetal Force=Mass*(Angular velocity^2)*Radius of Curvature GO
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Potential Energy=Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height GO
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Moment of Inertia=(Mass*(Length of rod^2))/12 GO
Centripetal Force
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Kinetic Energy=(Mass*Velocity^2)/2 GO
Force
Force=Mass*Acceleration GO
Density
Density=Mass/Volume GO

## < ⎙ 1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Gravitational Field Intensity
Gravitational Field Intensity=Force/Mass GO

### Gravitational field intensity due to point mass Formula

Gravitational Field Intensity=([G.]*Mass*Test Mass)/Distance between two bodies
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## What is gravitational field ?

The space surrounding the body within which its gravitational force of attraction is experienced by other bodies is known as the gravitational field. The intensity of the gravitational field at a point is defined as the force experienced by a unit mass placed at that point. Its formula is E = GMmo / r2. Its unit is Nkg-1.

## What is the dimension of intensity of gravitational field?

The dimension of the intensity of the gravitational field is E = F/m = [MLT-2] / [M] = [M0LT-2]

## How to Calculate Gravitational field intensity due to point mass?

Gravitational field intensity due to point mass calculator uses Gravitational Field Intensity=([G.]*Mass*Test Mass)/Distance between two bodies to calculate the Gravitational Field Intensity, Gravitational field intensity due to point mass at a point is defined as the force experienced by a unit mass placed at that point. Gravitational Field Intensity and is denoted by E symbol.

How to calculate Gravitational field intensity due to point mass using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Gravitational field intensity due to point mass, enter Mass (m), Test Mass (mo) and Distance between two bodies (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Gravitational field intensity due to point mass calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.366E-11 = ([G.]*35.45*0.001)/0.1.

### FAQ

What is Gravitational field intensity due to point mass?
Gravitational field intensity due to point mass at a point is defined as the force experienced by a unit mass placed at that point and is represented as E=([G.]*m*mo)/r or Gravitational Field Intensity=([G.]*Mass*Test Mass)/Distance between two bodies. Mass is the quantity of matter in a body regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it, Test Mass is a reference mass placed at any field and Distance between two bodies is the measurement of how far two bodies are placed.
How to calculate Gravitational field intensity due to point mass?
Gravitational field intensity due to point mass at a point is defined as the force experienced by a unit mass placed at that point is calculated using Gravitational Field Intensity=([G.]*Mass*Test Mass)/Distance between two bodies. To calculate Gravitational field intensity due to point mass, you need Mass (m), Test Mass (mo) and Distance between two bodies (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mass, Test Mass and Distance between two bodies and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Gravitational Field Intensity?
In this formula, Gravitational Field Intensity uses Mass, Test Mass and Distance between two bodies. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Gravitational Field Intensity=Force/Mass
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