Newtons law of gravity and Coulombs law are both inversesquare laws. Consequently, there should be a Gausss law for gravity. a. The electric field was defined as E u = F u on q /q, and we used this to find the electric field of a point charge. Using analogous reasoning, what is the gravitational field g u of a point mass?Write your answer using the unit vector nr, but be careful with signs; the gravitational force between two like masses is attractive, not repulsive. b. What is Gausss law for gravity, the gravitational equivalent of Equation 24.18? Use G for the gravitational flux, g u for the gravitational field, and Min for the enclosed mass. c. A spherical planet is discovered with mass M, radius R, and a mass density that varies with radius as r = r011 - r/2R2, where r0 is the density at the center. Determine r0 in terms of M and R. Hint: Divide the planet into infinitesimal shells of thickness dr, then sum (i.e., integrate) their masses. d. Find an expression for the gravitational field strength inside the planet at distance r 6 R.

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