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Three identical very dense masses of 4000 kg each are placed on
the *x* axis. One mass is at *x*1 = -100 cm , one is
at the origin, and one is at *x*2 = 370 cm .

1.What is the magnitude of the net gravitational force
*F*grav on the mass at the origin due to the other two
masses?

Take the gravitational constant to be *G* =
6.67×10^{−11} N⋅m2/kg2 .

2.What is the direction of the net gravitational force on the mass at the origin due to the other two masses?

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Take the gravitational constant to be G = 6.67×10−11
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