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Two 6.7kg bowling balls, each with a radius of 0.14m , are in contact with one another.What is the gravitational attraction between the bowling balls?

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    F = G*M^2/X^2

    X = 2R = 0.28 m is the distance between the centers

    M is the universal constant of gravity. Look is up if you don't know it already.

    The answer will be in Newtons

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