# Each of the pairs of objects listed are the same distance apart. Which pair of objects has the largest gravitational force? A.car and bowling ball B. marble and car C. marble and baseball D. There is no gravitational force between any of these pairs of objects

Each of the pairs of objects listed are the same distance apart. Which pair of objects has the largest gravitational force?
A.car and bowling ball
B. marble and car
C. marble and baseball
D. There is no gravitational force between any of these pairs of objects
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Gravitational force between two distant apart bodies is given by :
$F=\frac{G{m}_{1}{m}_{2}}{{r}^{2}}$
As the gravitational force is given by :
$F=\frac{G{m}_{1}{m}_{2}}{{r}^{2}}$
Here, G = gravitational constant
${m}_{1}$ = mass of body 1
${m}_{2}$ = mass of body 2
r = distance apart
Now, as given in the problem statement, all pairs are kept same distance apart i.e. r is same for all pairs.
So, the force F will depend only upon mass of two bodies.
The pair of car and bowling ball is having more mass as compared to other pairs.
Hence, the gravitational force for the pair will also be higher.
Car and Bowling ball (Option A)