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# Two people with masses 55 kg and 72 kg stand 3.2 m apart. What is the...

1. Two people with masses 55 kg and 72 kg stand 3.2 m apart. What is the magnitude of the

gravitational attraction between them? G = 6.674 x 10^-11

Let's

Masses -

m1​​​​​​ = 55 kg

m2​​​​​​ = 72 kg

Distance (r) = 3.2 meter

Gravitational force between two masses -

F = Gm1m2/r2

F = (6.674 x 10-11x 55 x72) /(3.22​​​​​)

F = 2.581 x​​​​​​ 10-8​​​​​​8 Newton

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