Calculate the weight of a 50.0 kg mass on the moon using Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation. (The mass of the moon is approximately 7.36 x 10^22 kg, the radius is 1.738 x 10^6 m)
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The force of attraction between two bodies of mass M1 and M2 separated by a distance r is given by the Newton's law of universal gravitation as G*M1*M2/r^2
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