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Old   October 19, 1998, 13:00
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Could you please tell me the gravitational pull for Windsor Ont. or how to find it. My phisics teacher has told me that 9.8m/sec./sec. will not do.

If you could answer this question I would be very thankful.
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Old   October 20, 1998, 03:08
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According to European standards: g=9,7803*{1+0,0053*[sin (fi)]^2}-3e(-6)*z ; [m^2*s^(-1)].

Where: fi- latitude in degrees; z-metres above sea level

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