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Formula About Attraction Of Sun Towards Planets

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Posted by Asim Ahmed on September 15, 2003 19:00:11 UTC

AS WE KNOW THAT THE FORMULA FOR THE FORCE OF ATTRACTION OF TWO OBJECTS IS GIVEN BY NEWTON,BUT FROM THAT FORMULA WE CAN NOT SAY WHICH OBJECT IS ATTRACTING THE OTHER WITH HIGHER FORCE AND WHICH WITH LOWER.OK SOME HOW WE SAY IT BY GETTING THE DENSITY OF THESE OBJECTS BUT IF WE WANT TO CALCULATE IT SO HOW COULD WE CALCULATE IT.
I AM LOOKING FOR YOUR REPLY PLEASE REPLY ME SOON.

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