# CBSE Class 9 Science Notes Chapter 10 Gravitation

CBSE Class 9 Science Notes Chapter 10 Gravitation

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### CBSE Class 9 Science Notes Chapter 10- Topics covered

Gravitation, Newton’s Law Of Gravitation, Define G, Gravity, Acceleration Due To Gravity, Relation, Between g And G, Variation Of Acceleration Due To Gravity, Difference Between Mass And Weight, Geostationary Or Geo Synchronous Satellite, Kepler’s Laws Of Planetary Motion, Kepler’s First Law (Law Of Orbit), Kepler’s Second Law  (Law Of Area), Kepler’s Third Law (Law Of Period)

Thrust, Pressure, Applications Of Pressure, Density, Relative Density, Buoyancy, Archimede’s Principle, Applications Of Archimedes Principle, Why Does An Object Sink Or Float On Water?