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A small-sized 155-kg mass is located 1.50 m from a small-sized 275-kg mass, with both masses fixed in place. Where should you place a third small-sized mass so that the net gravitational force on it due to the original two masses is zero?
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0.643 m from the 155-kg mass along the line connecting the two given masses
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