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If earth stops rotating, the apparent value of g will increase. Because of earth's rotation, there is a centrifugal force acting on us which tries to throws us outward(against gravity). If earth stops, there will no force centrifugal force acting and the apparent value of g will increase.

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G = G Me/Re²

Me = mass of Earth, R = radius of Earth

G = universal Gravitation constant

Some part of the weight a person or object on Earth is consumed in providing the centripetal force towards center of Earth, for each of us is moving in a circle of radius R, where 0 <= R<= Re . Value of R depends on latitude.

Effective value g' = g - R ω² , where ω = 2π/86400 rad/sec

The force we exert on the surface of Earth will be m g' = this is our weight.

If Earth stops rotating, then g' = g and so it increases.

Me = mass of Earth, R = radius of Earth

G = universal Gravitation constant

Some part of the weight a person or object on Earth is consumed in providing the centripetal force towards center of Earth, for each of us is moving in a circle of radius R, where 0 <= R<= Re . Value of R depends on latitude.

Effective value g' = g - R ω² , where ω = 2π/86400 rad/sec

The force we exert on the surface of Earth will be m g' = this is our weight.

If Earth stops rotating, then g' = g and so it increases.