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Can two particles be in equilibrium under the action of their mutual gravitational force? Can...

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Can two particles be in equilibrium under the action of their mutual gravitational force? Can three particles be? Can one of the three particles be?

Gravitational force:

Gravitational force is defined as the force which is exerted by the planets. It is the force that is responsible for our stability on the earth. All planets have their different gravitational forces, some have a high magnitude, and some have low magnitude. It is the pull-type force.

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