Posted by **lanre** on Monday, July 9, 2012 at 10:29pm.

The Moon can be considered to be a sphere with uniform density with mass MM and radius RM. At the (exact) center of the Moon, the gravitational force on a mass m due to the mass of the Moon is?

I know the answer is zero but want to know why using gauss' law

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