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(a) Find the magnitude of the gravitational force (in N) between a planet with mass 6.75 ✕ 1024 kg and its moon, with mass 2.60 ✕ 1022 kg, if the average distance between their centers is 2.10 ✕ 108 m. Incorrect: Your answer is incorrect. N (b) What is the moon's acceleration (in m/s2) toward the planet? (Enter the magnitude.) m/s2 (c) What is the planet's acceleration (in m/s2) toward the moon? (Enter the magnitude.) m/s2

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(a) Find the magnitude of the gravitational force (in N) between
a planet with mass 8.25 ✕ 1024 kg and its moon, with mass 2.50 ✕
1022 kg, if the average distance between their centers is 2.60 ✕
108 m.
_________________ N
(B) What is the moon's acceleration (in m/s2) toward
the planet? (Enter the magnitude.)
_________________ m/s2
(c) What is the planet's acceleration (in m/s2)
toward the moon? (Enter the magnitude.)
__________________ m/s2

(a) Find the magnitude of the gravitational force (in N) between
a planet with mass 8.00 ✕ 1024 kg and its moon, with mass 2.65 ✕
1022 kg, if the average distance between their centers is 2.90 ✕
108 m.
N
(b) What is the moon's acceleration (in m/s2) toward the planet?
(Enter the magnitude.)
m/s2
(c) What is the planet's acceleration (in m/s2) toward the moon?
(Enter the magnitude.)
m/s2

(a)
Find the magnitude of the gravitational force (in N) between a
planet with mass 8.50 ✕ 1024 kg and its moon, with mass
2.40 ✕ 1022 kg, if the average distance between their
centers is 2.70 ✕ 108 m.
N
(b)
What is the moon's acceleration (in m/s2) toward the
planet? (Enter the magnitude.)
m/s2
(c)
What is the planet's acceleration (in m/s2) toward
the moon? (Enter the magnitude.)
m/s2

Find the magnitude of the gravitational force (in N) between a
planet with mass 8.75 ✕ 1024 kg and its moon, with mass
2.45 ✕ 1022 kg, if the average distance between their
centers is 2.90 ✕ 108 m.
N
(b)
What is the moon's acceleration (in m/s2) toward the
planet? (Enter the magnitude.)
m/s2
(c)
What is the planet's acceleration (in m/s2) toward
the moon? (Enter the magnitude.)
m/s2

uring a solar eclipse, the Moon is positioned directly between
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kg,7.36×1022 kg, respectively. The Moon's mean distance from Earth
is 3.84×108 m,3.84×108 m, and Earth's mean distance from the Sun is
1.50×1011 m.1.50×1011 m. The gravitational constant is G=6.67×10−11
N⋅m2/kg2.G=6.67×10−11 N·m2/kg2.
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