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## What is an example of no gravity?

Astronauts in orbit around the earth are not experiencing “no gravity”. They are experiencing almost all of earth’s gravity, but with nothing to stop them. For example, when an accelerating drag racer experiences four g’s, the acceleration is due to the spinning tires and has nothing to do with gravity.

## What is the opposite for gravity?

hilarity

The opposite of gravity is hilarity.

**Is there anything that doesn’t have gravity?**

Hoover Dam in Nevada, USA is one such place where gravity doesn’t seem to exist at all. Don’t believe us? Well then, try this experiment if you ever happen to visit this place. Stand near the dam and pour water from a bottle over the dam.

### What are non examples of forces?

Examples of Non-Contact Force

- An apple falling down from a tree is one of the best examples of non-contact force.
- Iron pins attracted in the presence of a magnet bar without any physical contact.
- Falling of raindrops on earth is also an example of non-contact force.

### What might happen if there is no gravity 5 examples?

If we have no gravity force, the atmosphere would disappear into space, the moon would collide with the earth, the earth would stop rotating, we would all feel weightless, the earth would collide with the sun, and as a consequence.

**Do spaceships have gravity?**

Despite the fact that outer space is brimming with gravity, the lack of solid ground in space means that objects without thrust are in a continual state of free fall, and free fall feels just like zero gravity.

## What is the opposite of no gravity?

Anti-gravity (also known as non-gravitational field) is a hypothetical phenomenon of creating a place or object that is free from the force of gravity.

## Is Buoyancy the opposite of gravity?

Two forces act on an object when it enters water: a downward force called gravity and an upward force called buoyancy.

**Why does Hoover Dam have no gravity?**

According to reports, the structure of the dam creates such a hugely powerful updraft that the air pushes things back against gravity. The dam is shaped like a bow. This structure is the main reason for this unique phenomenon where even the water is pushed upwards by the air.

### Why is there no anti gravity?

In the 20th century, Newton’s model was replaced by general relativity where gravity is not a force but the result of the geometry of spacetime. Under general relativity, anti-gravity is impossible except under contrived circumstances.

### What is a non example of acceleration?

If a body has constant velocity, change in velocity is zero, and the body is not accelerating. An object moving with a constant speed but changing its direction- Body’s velocity is changing due to change in direction and the body is under acceleration.

**Is wind a non-contact force?**

Wind is a non-contact force. But if someone is blowing on an object it would be a contact force because a person is causing an movement on other object .

## What is a binomial example?

Binomial. A binomial is a polynomial with two terms being summed. Below are some examples of what constitutes a binomial: 4x 2 – 1-&frac13x 5 + 5x 3; 2(x + 1) = 2x + 2 (x + 1)(x – 1) = x 2 – 1; The last example is is worth noting because binomials of the form. x 2 – y 2. can be factored as (x + y)(x – y).

## What are some examples of non-examples of gravity?

Now we have to focus on the non-examples of gravity, these are those examples that overcome the effect of gravity. These examples are discussed below: (1) Flying of the kite in the sky because of the pushing of the wind in the upward direction.

**How do you find the binomial formula?**

Setting a = 1,b = x, the binomial formula can be expressed (3.92) (1 + x)n = n – 1 ∑ r = 0(n r)xr = 1 + nx + n (n – 1) 2! x2 + n (n – 1) (n – 2) 3! x3 + ⋯. This was first derived by Isaac Newton in 1666.

### How do you find the binomial coefficient of a Pascal triangle?

The binomial coefficients are usually written (n r). Thus where each value of n, beginning with 0, determines a row in the Pascal triangle. Setting a = 1,b = x, the binomial formula can be expressed (3.92) (1 + x)n = n – 1 ∑ r = 0(n r)xr = 1 + nx + n ( n – 1) 2! x2 + n ( n – 1) ( n – 2) 3! x3 + ⋯. This was first derived by Isaac Newton in 1666.