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F=2GM1M2a/R E3 This is the formula
hey ill answer here, my formula as well as urs was wrong
Okay so in the case of the moon and earth: Mm = 7.42x10^22 Me = 5.98x10^24 G = 6.6720x10^-11 a = 6400km = 6,400,000m Rm = 3.840x10^5km = 3.840x10^8m Plug them all into the formula.
\[F = (2G \times M_1 \times M_2 \times a )/R^3\]
F = 6.69233 x 10^34 N
can u check the answer?
that's for the moon part
no my calculator not working...
Oh well basically that's the formula u plug that into. Mm and Me are masses of moon and earth and are equivalent to M1 and M2
is it Me or M1
doesn't matter use whichever u want. I prefer Msube
ok lets see if i get answer..
for the sun part just replace Mm by Ms and Rm by the distance from sun to earth. convert to meters from kilometers
is it 5.87 idk not sure..
is what 5.87?
lemme check my work
hey can u start a new topic and post the following values: Mass of earth Mass of moon Mass of sun Distance b/n earth and moon Distance b/n earth and sun Universal grav. constant Radius of earth, im tired of lookin thru the posts to find values
well im sorry, it is a lot of work i just don't know how to even do this.
the numbers u gave me earlier
oh wow lol nevermind, im sick of this problem and i hate it if i cant solve something, ima do that myself.. watch out for a new topic with ur name
sorryyy. i hate these math questions:///