This is the last question I have on my study guide that I cant solve. My physics test is tomorrow and I just want to be ready for it. Please help me figure this one out!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What is the gravitation force on mass 1 if each mass is 2 kg?

O<---(5m)---->O mass3

I -

I -

(2m) -

I -

O - < mass1

Well I hope you can understand that.

I know that the hypotonuse is the square root of 29 so im guessing I need to use the formula F=F12+F13 to get the answer right or wrong?

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# Homework Help: Finding the gravitational force!

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