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`        Two bodies of masses 100 kg and 1000 kg are at a distance 1 m apart.Calculate the gravitational field intensity and potential at the middle point of the line joining them`
2 years ago

nive
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```							et at x distance from m₁ and 1 -x distance from m₂ Gravitational field intensity will be zero. we know, Magnitude Gravitational field intensity = GM/R² Here, m₁ = 10 Kg , m₂ = 1000 Kg A/C to question, Gm₁/x² = Gm₂/(1 - x)² 10/x² =1000/(1 - x)² 1/x²= 100/(1 - x)² 1/x = 10/(1 - x) 1 - x = 10x 1 = 11x ⇒ x = 1/11 m Hence, from m₁ distance will be 1/11 m And from m₂ , distance will be 10/11 m
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