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Two bodies of masses 10,000kgs and 1000kg respectively is seperated by 1m. At what distance from the smaller body, the intensity of gravitational field will be zero

Two bodies of masses 10,000kgs and 1000kg respectively is seperated by 1m. At what distance from the smaller body, the intensity of gravitational field will be zero

Grade:11

1 Answers

onkar kumar
33 Points
8 years ago

Let x be the distance from smaller object where field is zero.

G(10000)/(1-x)^2=G(1000)/x^2

->  sqrt(10)/(1-x)=1/x

-> x= 1/(sqrt(10)+1)

      = (sqrt(10)-1)/9

      =0.24m

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