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#1 2016-07-29 12:10:21

TJ2
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Registered: 2016-07-29
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gravity

To start: I need the integral of the force on a sphere resulting from equal impact from all directions simultaneously.  This, of course, is zero.  Then second: Two spheres each in the same force environment being impacted on all sides, leaving a shadow of this force ,on the other.  How do you represent the resulting net force on each sphere at varying distances?  I`ve been trying to work this out but it`s been 40+ years since I worked with integrals in school.

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