1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle of mass 52[kg] is at 5.0[m]ˆi a particle of mass 13[kg] is at 12[m]j, and a particle of mass 13[kg] is at −12[m]jˆ. What is the gravitational force on the 52[kg] mass due to the mass at 12[m]jˆ? answer: −1.0 × 10−10[N]ˆı + 2.5 × 10−10[N]jˆ 2. Relevant equations F2on1=Gm1m2/r^2 3. The attempt at a solution Separated into components... i component) f2on1=(6.67x10^-11)(52)(13)/5^2 = -1.0x10^-10 this is correct j component) shouldn't this be solved in the same manner? f2on1=(6.67x10^-11)(52)(13)/12^2 =3.13x10^-10 What am i missing from solving the y component?