Question

The masses and coordinates of three spheres are as follows: 22
*kg*, x = 1.25 *m*, y = 2.50 *m*; 44
*kg*, x = -2.25 *m*, y = -1.00 *m*; 56
*kg*, x = 0.00 *m*, y= -0.25 *m*. What is the
magnitude of the gravitational force on a 14 *kg* sphere
located at the origin due to the other spheres?

(in N)

Answer #1

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