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A thin rod with mass M = 5.99 kg is bent in a semicircle of radius R = 0.603 m (the figure below). (a) What is its gravitational force (both magnitude and direction) on a particle with mass m = 4.65×10^(-3) kg at P, the center of curvature? (b) What would be the force on the particle if the rod were a complete circle?

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  1. 1018
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    wasn't able to attend my lecture on laws of gravitation, so I ask for help. haha. thanks

  2. IrishBoy123
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    gtg or i would do more now

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    thank you! I'll try to take it from here.

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