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An Earth satellite travels in a circular orbit of radius four times the Earth's radius. Calculate its acceleration in m/s^2.

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thomasrules

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An Earth satellite travels in a circular orbit of radius four times the Earth's radius. Calculate its acceleration in m/s^2.

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thomasrules

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hm,mmmmmmm

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thomasrules

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how do i find the distance from core to satelite

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The problem says it's 4 times more than the Earth's radius...

Daniel.

Daniel.

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Ryoukomaru

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PS. heh he beat me. I type too much.

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Because then you can take the orbital speed and square it then divide it by 4r?

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