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Answer on Mechanics | Relativity Question for Trevor

Question #49180
Calculate the force of gravity between Earth and the moon
Expert's answer
Earth Mass = 5.9742 × 10^(24)
Moon Mass = 7.36 × 10^(22) kg
Distance Moon - Earth = 384,402 km
Universal Gravity Constant   =  6.67*10^(-11)
F = Universal Gravity Constant  * Earth Mass*Moon Mass /Distance Moon - Earth^2 = 1.985*10^26 N

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