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What is the magnitude of the net gravitational force? help thanks!?

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Default What is the magnitude of the net gravitational force? help thanks!?



I need help with this. I thought I was doing it right but I've missed it 5 times and only have 1 chance left. thanks!

Three identical masses of 470 kg each are placed on the x axis. One mass is at x1 = -13.0 cm, one is at the origin, and one is at x2 = 30.0 cm.

a.) What is the magnitude of the net gravitational force F_grav on the mass at the origin due to the other two masses?

thanks again!
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