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The universal law of gravitation gives the gravitational force between


A
the Earth and a point mass only
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B
the Earth and the Sun only
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C
any two bodies having some mass
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D
two charged bodies only
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Solution

The correct option is D any two bodies having some mass
The gravitational force between any two bodies having some mass can be determined from Newton's law of gravitation.
The force of attraction between bodies is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
$$ F= G\dfrac{Mm}{r^2} $$.
Here, G is called the universal gravitational constant. 

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