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The force of gravity between two objects is the gravitational constant times the product of their masses divided by the square of the distance between them.
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a. If F is the force of gravity, G the gravitational constant, m1 the mass of one object, m2 the mass of the second, and d the distance between them, then F = G \frac{m1 m2}{d^2}
b. If F is the force of gravity, G the gravitational constant, m1 the mass of one object, m2 the mass of the second, and d the dista

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This is known as Newtons law of gravitation :)

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