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Course Number: PHYS 1610, Spring 2008

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Chapter 13 Problems 1, 2, 3 = straightforward, intermediate, challenging Section 13.1 Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation Problem 17 in Chapter 1 can also be assigned with this section. 1. Determine the order of magnitude of the gravitational force that you exert on another person 2 m away. In your solution state the quantities you measure or estimate and their values. 2. Two ocean liners, each with a mass of 40...

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Chapter13Problems 1, 2 , 3 =straightforward,intermediate, challenging Section13.1NewtonsLawofUniversal Gravitation Problem17inChapter1canalsobeassigned withthissection. 1. Determinetheorderofmagnitudeofthe gravitationalforcethatyouexertonanother person2maway.Inyoursolutionstatethe quantitiesyoumeasureorestimateandtheir values. 2. Twooceanliners,eachwithamassof 40000metrictons,aremovingonparallel courses,100mapart.Whatisthemagnitudeof theaccelerationofoneofthelinerstowardthe otherduetotheirmutualgravitational attraction?Treattheshipsasparticles. 3. A200-kgobjectanda500-kgobjectare separatedby0.400m.(a)Findthenet gravitationalforceexertedbytheseobjectsona 50.0-kgobjectplacedmidwaybetweenthem. (b)Atwhatposition(otherthananinfinitely

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