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Nov15-12, 09:48 AM
"What is the speed of a satellite which is at a height of 320 kn and has a time period of 90 minutes"
I've never come across such a question ever before.
Is there any formula to solve this problem? or do we have to use S= [itex]d/t[/itex]
And what exactly does "time period" mean here? The time taken by the satellite to revolve around the earth once?, or something else?
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