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gravity

 [grav´ĭ-te]
1. the phenomenon by which two bodies having mass are attracted to each other.
2. the gravitational attraction near a large body having mass, particularly near or on the surface of a planet or star.
specific gravity see specific gravity.
standard gravity (€g) the acceleration due to gravity at mean sea level, 9.80616 meters per second squared.
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Voltamp Energy and Oman Cement were down 9.81 per cent and 1.33 per cent respectively.
In swimming, 18-year-old Nicole Meah Pamintuan of Santa Rosa City, Laguna, clinched the gold medal in the girls' 100-meter backstroke, clocking 9.81 seconds to beat Andrea Punay of Gen.
The Shariah DSES and the blue-chip DS30 also followed it with 9.81 points down at 1,379.62 and with 13.85 points down at 2,250.22.
Misr National Steel -- Ataqa topped gainers and surged 9.81 percent, while Wadi El Obour Real Estate Investment led the worst performers, slumping 9.8 percent.
At the Rio Olympics in 2016, Bolt won the 100m in 9.81 seconds.
At the Rio Games, Bolt edged Gatlin in the 100 meters with a time of 9.81 seconds, while Gatlin earned the silver at 9.89 seconds.
He won the 100 metres in Rio in 9.81 seconds and has now earned nine gold medals from the last three Olympic Games.
And Bolt, who blamed his slow winning time in the 100m of 9.81 seconds on the tight turnaround between semis and final, said the day's rest in the 200m gave him hope of breaking his seven-yearold world record of 19.19secs.
The Jamaican became the first man to win three Olympic golds in the blue riband event, landing his seventh crown overall by recovering from a poor start to blast to victory in 9.81 seconds.
And Bolt, who blamed his slow winning time in the 100m of 9.81 seconds on the tight turnaround between semis and final, said the day's rest gives him hope of breaking his seven-year-old world record of 19.19secs.
[([F.sub.TH]).sub.V] = (0.19 / 0.5) x (9.81 + 5) x 2.0
Child's weight = mass * gravity = 45 * 9.81 = 441.45 N