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1.**At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero?**

At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? Express your answers in centimeters separated by a comma. Question : A 20 kg sphere is at the origin and a 10 kg sphere is at (x,y)=(x,y)=( 22 cm , 0 cm).

2.**At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero?**

A 22 kg sphere is at the origin and a 12 kg sphere is at (18cm, 0cm). At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero?

3.**At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero?**

A 19 kg sphere is at the origin and a 12 kg sphere is at (x, y) = ( 21 cm , 0 cm). At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? Express your answers in centimeters separated by a comma. EVO A A A O 2 ? X, Y = cm

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At what position on the x-axis could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? 1 See answer jgjacobgallegos9206 is waiting for your help. Add your answer and earn points. agaue agaue The small mass should be placed at x = 11.72 cm or x = 68.28 cm .

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physics. A 22 kg sphere is at the origin and a 12 kg sphere is at (x, y) = ( 22 cm , 0 cm) At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? please show all of work…i don’t get it. 👍. 👎.

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At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? Toward the center of the moon A spacecraft orbits the moon in a very low, circular orbit, just a few hundred meters above the lunar surface.

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At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? more_vert A 20 kg sphere is at the origin and a 10 kg sphere is at (x, y) = (20 cm, 0 cm).

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(a) How long will it take a rock dropped from 2.0 m above the surface of Mars to reach the ground? (b) A 20 kg sphere is at the origin and a 10 kg sphere is at 1x, y. 2 = 120 cm, 0 cm2.. At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero?

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Science. Physics Q&A Library A 20 kg sphere is at the origin and a 10 kg sphere is at (x, y) = (20 cm, 0 cm). At what point or points could you place a small mass such that the net gravitational force on it due to the spheres is zero? A 20 kg sphere is at the origin and a 10 kg sphere is at (x, y) = (20 cm, 0 cm).

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You want to solve for the location ‘x’ that results in the force from planet 1 on you cancelling out the force from planet 2 on you. Remember that force has a direction, and in the case of gravity, the force always points towards the object that is causing it.

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