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The Distance

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Behavior of objects governed by the laws similar to the law of universal gravitation and Newton's law: – if the two sets of interacting objects, fixed relative to each other at a distance l between themselves, provided that their sizes are small compared with l, then between them there is the attractive force F (kq) (nq) / l 2, where q – process parameter (q = const), k and n – number objects in the collections – if the object moves in space and uniformly a straight line, then the forces acting on it are balanced, and the resultant force is zero – if the object moves along a straight line with constant acceleration a, then it experiences a force F (q / V) (3 / 2) a And (2) is proportional to the acceleration of motion. By comparing (2) with the expression for the second law of mechanics (F = m a) that the inertial mass of an object m (q / V) (3 / 2) is independent of V – Velocity of the object relative to the medium, it is assumed that the physical body, moving with variable velocity v, are composed of objects moving within these bodies with velocity V (own pace) with V>> v. It is important to note the following feature of the behavior of moving objects. If two objects are moving at a speed of V (here V – absolute value of the velocity of the object relative to the environment) along a straight line towards each other or in opposite directions, the force of mutual attraction between them F = Fo C / (C + V), (3) where Fo – the power of mutual attraction of fixed relative to each other's facilities, C – parameter depends the distance between objects (C> 0, decreases with increasing distance between objects).

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