Compute the acceleration of gravity for a given distance from the earth’s center, distCenter, assigning the result to accelGravity. The expression for the acceleration of gravity is:* (G * M) / (d ^{2})*, where G is the gravitational constant 6.673 x 10

^{-11}, M is the mass of the earth 5.98 x 10

^{24}(in kg) and d is the distance in meters from the earth’s center (stored in variable distCenter)

#include <stdio.h> int main(void) { double G = 6.673e-11; double M = 5.98e24; double accelGravity; double distCenter; distCenter = 6.38e6; accelGravity = (G * M) / (distCenter * distCenter); printf("accelGravity: %lf\n", accelGravity); return 0; }