In this problem, we are required to apply the concepts presented in Newton's law of universal gravitation and the coulomb's law.
Coulomb's force is repulsive for like charges and attractive for unlike charges
In the diagram below, two positively charged spheres, A and B, of masses mA and mB, are separated by a distance, d
Which of the following diagrams best represents the direction of the gravitational force, Fg, and the electrostatic force, Fe, acting on sphere A due to the mass and charge of sphere B?
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