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Illustration of two spheres with masses of 120 Kg and 480 Kg, placed 17 m apart, demonstrating the gravitational attraction between them

Calculating Gravitational Attraction Between Spherical Objects of Varying Masses

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Question: Two spherical objects have masses 120 Kg and 480 Kg. Their centers are separated by a distance of 17 m. Find the gravitational attraction between them.

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The gravitational force between two objects can be calculated using Newton's law of universal gravitation: F = G * (m1 * m2) / r^2 Where: F is the force of attraction between the two bodies, G is the gravitational constant (6.674 x 10^-11 N(m/kg)^2), m1 and m2 are the masses of the two objects, r is the distance between the centres of the two objects. Given m1 = 120 kg, m2 = 480 kg and r = 17 m. By substituting these values, the formula becomes: F = 6.674 x 10^-11 * (120 * 480) / 17^2 Now you can calculate F by plugging these values into the formula. Remember to follow the correct order of operations - multiplication and division from left to right. Please note that due to the small value of G, the force of gravitational attraction between everyday objects on Earth are very small and often negligible. However, this formula becomes critical when considering larger objects, like planets and stars.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 20, 2024, 10:35 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, February 20, 2024

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