Gravitational Force Word Problems, Physics

A 2.5 kg rock is located on the Earth''s surface. If the mass of the moon is 7.4 E 22 kg, and the separation distance between the center of the rock and the center of the moon is 3.8 E 8 meters, what gravitational force does the moon exert on the rock?
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