Physics

posted by Maria

Consider two students, a 65 kg guy and a 50 kg girl who are attracted to each other, gravitationally, that is. They sit next to each other in Physics class which means there is 1.5m between their centers. What is the magnitude of the force of gravity between these two students? (Note: G=0.000000000667 Nm2/kg2)

  1. Ganga bhowmick

    9634.4444(10-11) ie 10 raised to -11

  2. Maria

    Thanks, but can you show procedure?

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