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    Gravitational force net

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    A 21.0 kg sphere is at the origin and a 5.00 kg sphere is at (x,y) = (20cm,0cm). At what point can you place a small mass, such that the net gravitational force on it, due to the sphere's is zero?

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    The expert determines what point can place a small mass. The net gravitational force is determined.

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