Answer :

Given,

Mass of first object, m = 50 kg


Mass of second object, M = 120 kg


Distance, d = 10m


Gravitation constant, G = 6.7 * 10-11 Nm2kg-2


We know, F = G * m * M/d2


= 6.67 * 10-11 *


= 6.67 * 60 * 10-11


= 4.02 * 10-9 N


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