For a projectile motion and a circular motion, the acceleration is not parallel or anti-parallel to an object.
1. The acceleration of an object is always parallel or anti-parallel to the velocity of the object. Is this statement true or false?
2. When the distance between two point masses is doubled, the gravitational attraction between them changes by a factor of:
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