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    The mass of one small ball is 1.59 g, and the mass of another is 881 g. If the center to center distance between thse two balls is 13.5 cm, calculate the magnitude of the gravitational force that each exerts on the other.

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    Note 1: Newton's universal gravitation law, expressed below, expresses the gravitational attractive force between two masses, M and m, ...

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