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A planet of mass 9 × 10^{24} kg is at location <-6 ×
10^{11}, 4 × 10^{11}, 0> m. A star of mass 6 ×
10^{30} kg is at location <9 ×10^{11}, -8 ×
10^{11}, 0> m. What is the force exerted on the planet
by the star? (It will probably be helpful to draw a diagram,
including the relevant vectors.)

F→onplanet= | < , , > N |

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