Two masses are separated at a distance d from each other, then Point of zero Gravitational field intensity is given by ???

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Let m1 and m2 are separated at a distance d from each other as shown in the figure.

And P is the point where net Intensity=\vec{I}_{net}=\vec{I_{1}}+\vec{I_{2}}=0

Then P is the point of zero intensity.

So the distance x is given by

x= \frac{\sqrt{m_{1}}\: d}{\sqrt{m_{1}}+\sqrt{m_{2}}}

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