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Nicholas Olson[1.1]1. Mass of earth = 5.972E+24 kgMass of moon = 7.348E+22 kgR= 384,000 kmForce = G(m1m2/R^2)Force = 6.674E-11 * ( 5.972E+24*7.348E+22 /384,000^2) = 1.98E+20 N2. I do not know what the net charge of the moon or earth would be, so I am honestly not sure. I would guess that the entire planet and moon do not have a certain net charge, so there would
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Term
Spring
Professor
Chowdhury
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Physics, Charge, Force, Mass, Electric charge, 24 kg, 22 kg, 384 000 km, Nicholas Olson

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