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Posted by Duane Eddy on April 29, 2003 01:53:50 UTC

The formula

At = G x (M1 + M2) /R^2 approahes G x M1 / R^2
as M1/M2 approaches infinity.

I agree.

For the earh and a basket ball M1/M2 is about...
Ah... alot.

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