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Gravitational force of attraction “F” exists between two point masses A and B when a fixed distance separates them. After mass A is doubled and mass B is quartered, the gravitational attraction between the two masses is

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  1. wouldn't the gravitational attraction stay the same and be 6.67 E -11 N*m2/kg2
    as stated in the equation?
    I'm sorry I'm having a really hard time with this

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