At some point during their orbit, the location of the Earth and Moon relative to the Sun will be as shown in the figure below. What are the magnitude, in N, and direction of the force experienced by the Moon, in degrees below the Sun-Moon line, due to the Sun and the Earth? (The mass of the Moon is 7.35 1022 kg, the Earth has a mass 5.97 1024 kg, and the Sun has a mass 2.00 1030 kg. In the figure, the distance from the Moon to the Earth is 3.84 108 m and the distance from the Moon to the Sun is 1.50 1011 m.)

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