Why the value of g is maximum at polar region?

The poles are closer to the center of the Earth due to the equatorial bulge, which strengthens gravitation at the poles and weakens it at the equator. The equatorial bulge modifies how the Earth gravitates. This is why the value of g is maximum in the polar regions.

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