The mass of an apple hanging on a branch is about 10 ^ 25 less than the mass of the Earth. The apple is attracted to the Earth with a force equal to 3H. Is the Earth attracted to this apple? If so, with what force?
In accordance with Newton’s third law, two bodies are attracted to each other, and their interactions are equal in magnitude, but opposite in direction. Therefore, an apple hanging on a branch attracts the Earth to itself with the same force that the Earth attracts this apple to itself. The mass of the objects being attracted does not matter.
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