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Derivation of the self gravitational potential energy of a sphere
I have been searching on the Internet but have not found a derivation of the formula for the self gravitational potential energy of a sphere. Can someone show how to do this? I assume it involved 6 ...
Nov 25 '12 at 22:28
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