1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data There are three particles; 1) 26kg at 12i-hat 2)13kg at -5j-hat 3)13 kg at 5j-hat A) What is the gravitational force on the 26kg mass due to the 13kg mass at -5j-hat 2. Relevant equations F= GMm/r^2 3. The attempt at a solution A) IN COMPONENTS; Y Component F=6.67E-11(13)(26)/5^2 9.01E-10 j-hat X Component F=6.67E-11(13)(26)/12^2 =1.57E-10 i-hat I have solved this problem before in the exact same way and gotten the correct answers. I don't know why there answers are incorrect. Could someone point it out please? Thanks.