Practice: A box moving with an initial speed **v** is accelerated horizontally. If **x** is measured in [m],**v** in [m/s], **a** in [m/s^{2}], **t** in [s] which of the following equations is correct for solving the distance **x**?

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Practice: A box moving with an initial speed **v** is accelerated horizontally. If **x** is measured in [m],**v** in [m/s], **a** in [m/s^{2}], **t** in [s] which of the following equations is correct for solving the distance **x**?

Practice: Newton’s Law of Gravitation describes the attraction force between two masses. The equation is

$\mathit{F}\mathbf{=}\mathit{G}\frac{{\mathit{m}}_{\mathbf{1}}{\mathit{m}}_{\mathbf{2}}}{{\mathit{r}}^{\mathbf{2}}}$

where ** F** is in [

Determine the units of the Universal Constant G.

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