# Universal Gravitation Calculator

**Newton's Law Of Universal Gravitation Calculator**

The law entails that objects with mass feel an attractive force that is proportional to their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. Mathematically given as;

**F = GMm/(r^2)**

where **F** represents the force in Newtons, **M **and **m **represent the two masses in kilograms, and **r **represents the separation in meters. **G **represents the gravitational constant, which has a value of **6.674x10^-11N(m/kg)^2**. Because of the magnitude of **G**, the gravitational force is very small unless large masses are involved.

```
G = 6.674e-11
#Taking the values of the masses involved
M = float(input('Enter the mass of the first object in kilograms: '))
m = float(input('Enter the mass of the second object in kilograms: '))
#Taking the input of the distance of separation between the two masses
r = float(input('Enter the distance of separation between the two masses in meters: '))
#Calculating the force
F = (G*M*m)/r**2
#Printing the force in newtons
print(
```