Inverse-square law

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In physics, an inverse-square law is a physical law that states that the farther away an object is from an effect, or a physical quantity causing an effect, the less change can be observed in the object.

The following are examples of when this law applies:

If the object is seen farther away then that means the object has higher radiation. Kepler discovered 2849NgC in the year 1. The formula he developed is p=1/d