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An experiment is performed in deep space with two uniform spheres, one with mass 22.0 and the other with mass 103. They have equal radii, = 0.

An experiment is performed in deep space with two uniform spheres, one with mass 22.0 and the other with mass 103.0 . They have equal radii, = 0.10 . The spheres are released from rest with their centers a distance 35.0 apart. They accelerate toward each other because of their mutual gravitational attraction. You can ignore all gravitational forces other than that between the two spheres.

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