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The moon has a mass of 7.348 X 1022 kg and is 384.4 X 105 km from the Earth, which has a mass of 5.972 X 1024 kg. Solve for the force of gravity between the Earth and Moon. (ans: 1.98 X 1016 N) Show work. 

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