1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Particle A having mass mA is placed at a fixed distance r from particle B which has twice the mass of particle A. Which of the following statements will be true? Select one: a. The magnitude of the force on A will be twice the magnitude of the force on B. b. The magnitude of B's acceleration will be twice the magnitude of A's acceleration. c. The magnitude of the force on B will be twice the magnitude of the force on A. d. The acceleration of B will be equal and opposite to the acceleration of A e. The magnitude of A's acceleration will be twice the magnitude of B's acceleration. 2. Relevant equations F = (G*MA*MB)/(r^2) newtons law of gravitation. 3. The attempt at a solution i used trial values for G, MA, MB and r eg 1,1,1,2 respectively then satisfied the initial condition by varying the mass of B to be twice that of A and found F will be twice its value when the mass of be is doubled. so i know the force is doubled. but the wording of the solutions is a bit confusing any help would be appreciated.