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1. Calculate *F**1*, the force on the baby due to
Mars. Mars has a mass *M**1* = 6.23x1023kg, and when
it is at opposition, it is at *r**1* = 3.78x1011m
distance.

2. Calculate *F**2*, the force on the baby due to
the doctor. A reasonable mass would be *M**2* = 65
kg, and the distance would be small, *r**2* = 1m.

3. What has a greater gravitational influence on the infant, the presence of Mars or the presence of the doctor

4. Using a scale that measures force in Newtons (N), weigh an object with a known mass.

Record both the mass (*M*) and the weight (*F*) of
the object.

Calculate the mass of the Earth (*M**e*) using the
above equation.

Calculate the mass of the Earth (*M**e*) using the
above equation.

How accurate is your result? The accepted value for the mass of
the Earth is *M**e* *=* 5.98x1024kg. Calculate
the percent error in your value.

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