Size does not but mass does.
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The pull of an object's gravity is proportional to its mass, if measured at a standard distance.
Size itself does not affect gravity, but a larger planet is almost always going to have more mass, and more mass will mean more gravity.
Midi size rugby balls are size 2 and Super-Midi size rugby balls are size 3.
The size of a soccer ball does not affect how high it bounces because gravity pulls down a ball at the same, no matter what size it is.
Size 5 for top level rugby.
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gravity pushes and pulls so it keeps it straight! answered by a 5th grader
Gravity is the reason for the speed of a satellite in orbit, the size and shape of orbits, and the existence of orbits.
It affects the "surface gravity" because that depends inversely on the square of the distance of an object from the center of mass ofthe planet.