1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If there are three objects (in a right triangle formation) with different masses (say x,y,z) (with y being the mass at the 90 degree angle) and different distances between x and y (distance A) and between y and z (distance B), how do you find the gravitational force between mass x and mass y? y-----x | | | z there's my best attempt at a picture 2. Relevant equations Gm1m2/(r^2) 3. The attempt at a solution (Gm1m2)/(r^2) A.K.A. [G(massofx)(massofy)]/(distanceA^2) is that the right equation? I checked my answer but it was incorrect. does the angle have anything to do with it?