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Approximate the gravitational force of attraction between a 42.0 kg girl and a 56.0 kg boy if they are sitting 3.0 m apart in physics class.

1. Grab you calculator:

F=G*42*56/3^2 look up G.

HeHeHe: one of them must not be very attractive.

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