ch13-p096 - 96. The initial distance from each fixed sphere...

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00 2 ii GmM KU KU K r += + ¡ += − which yields K = 2 GmM/r = 5.3 × 10 8 J. (b) Since the y -component of each force will cancel, the net force points in the – x direction, with a magnitude 2 F x = 2 ( GmM/r 2 ) cos θ , where = tan 1 (4/3) = 53 ° . Thus, the result is 8 net ˆ ( 6.4 10 N)i. F =− × G 96. The initial distance from each fixed sphere to the ball is
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