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Write the force of attraction between 2 bodies with the formula f = G mm
r2

Correct.
f=GMm/r²
is the force of attraction between two bodies.
M and m are the masses
r is the distance between the centres of the bodies
and
G is the gravitational constant, equal to 6.67300 × 1011 m3 kg1 s2
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