what are factors that can affect 'k' in the inverse square law?
I= K x (1/d^2)
- Randy PLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
K is everything but distance. It depends on what the quantity on the left hand side represents.
If you're talking about gravitational force, K includes the masses of the objects.
If you're talking about strength of a radio signal or light intensity, K includes the original radiated power.
- 1 decade ago
K is a constant it doesnt change.