The sun attract a body according to Newton's universal gravitational law (falling apple), [tex]F_G[/tex]. The acceleration of a body due to this force will then be
[tex]a = \frac{F_G}{m}[/tex]
where m is the mass of the body. Will this acceleration be the same for all bodies at the same position w.r.t. the sun? Why?
You can also use a=GM/r^2 where G is the Gravitational constant, M is the mass of the Sun (in kg if you use 6.67e-11 for G) and r is the Earth Sun distance in meters (again, if you use 6.67e-11 for G).