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Posted by Tim on April 25, 2003 18:31:05 UTC

hi duordi,

considering (1) below:
(1) F1 = F2 = G (M1 x M2) / (R^2)

should not one of the terms, say F1 or F2 have a negative value?

ie. (1) restated might be as below:
(1) F1 = -F2 = G (M1 x M2) / (R^2)
or perhaps
(1) -F1 = F2 = G (M1 x M2) / (R^2)

what do you think?

well anyway, still pondering your derivation, but other than above i'm not finding a reason to question the thrust of what you are doing....
still i want to consider what it means and how it should be used in the final analysis.

regards tim

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